Poetry Month: Elizabeth Bishop

EB:PCHappy April (will the piles of snow around our house melt in time for our annual Easter egg hunt party on Sunday?!) and National Poetry Month! Twice I’ve found landmarks to the award-winning poet–Elizabeth Bishop (1911-1979): the house in Great Village, Nova Scotia, where she lived for a time with her grandparents and the house in Key West, Florida, where she lived for ten years that has a literary landmark with her lines: “Should we have stayed at home,/wherever that may be?”  Linda took this picture of me at the marvelous landmark to her in Nova Scotia.

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