A cheerful woodland menagerie gathers around a little bear and his big red book to ask an important question: just what is a poem? Bear directs them to look around them: a poem can be anything, from the sound of an owl’s hoot to thoughts unspoken; it’s flowers in fields and the glow of the moon. His wide answer inspires greater attention to the rhythms of the world; the animals’ wide, smiling faces reflect the new wonder they feel.
Michelle Anne Schingler
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