Literature Poem of the Week

Irish Arts Center Poem of the Week: Rachel Eliza Griffiths' "Dear America"

From PoetryFest 2016

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"We're here again. We're always still and ever here." 

Rachel Eliza Griffiths on what it means to "feed or starve a dream, or to starve the dreams of others," in a new introduction to her 2016 PoetryFest reading of "Dear America."

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The Irish Arts Center Poem of the Week is a video series of select footage of artists reciting favorite verses and poets sharing their own work, presented with the readers’ reflections on the featured pieces.

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