Poetry at Work Day
On the Eleventh Day of January Twenty, Twenty Two,
Gardner Magazine creates this poem for you.
The value of poetry for pros is better than prose,
Brings out all sorts of major creativity we suppose.
So write out your verses and put in your purses,
Jot down your sonnets and put in your wallets,
Or maybe on this frigid day, break out the Robert Frost,
Seek out his works at very low or modest cost.
“Two Roads diverged in a yellow wood,” and you chose to
live in a great City like Gardner MA and that has made all the difference.
—this original by Werner Poegel – For “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost, CLICK HERE