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Poetry

Poetry Sunday: “Wine Country,”
by Kirsten Jones Neff

By Rebecca Foust
As our children leave home for college, my husband and I have begun to dream up the journeys we will take together, just the two of us. But as we dream and plan, I am reminded of the simplicity of true romance, the richness and adventure and fullness that is two people in love, exploring.
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Today’s Talk Topic: Our Labor Day Heroine—Mother Jones

By Women's Voices For Change
Typically clad in a black dress, her face framed by a lace collar and black hat, the barely five-foot tall Mother Jones was a fearless orator . . . . Her energy and passion inspired men half her age into action and compelled their wives and daughters to join in the struggle.
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Poetry

Poetry Sunday: Lois P. Jones

By Women's Voices For Change
Since 2008, Lois P. Jones has hosted KPFK’s long-running radio series in Los Angeles, "Poet’s Cafe." Her work can be found in many journals, including American Poetry Review.
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