They’re a twenty-eight volume set sixth grade reading level, already fifteen years old. The last box to be moved I take them out to the station wagon four at a time, filling the passenger’s seat. I think of them as a person. Knowledge as gathered and edited humanity passed along in the code of words, […]
Malisa Garlieb is a Waldorf teacher living and working in Shelburne, Vermont. Her new year’s resolution was “heart forward, wings out,” and she’s making good. Her poems have appeared in So to Speak, Off the Coast, and Chautaugua, among others. Her book, Handing Out Apples in Eden, is available from WindRidge Books.