They walked down the hushed country road, one sluggish step in front of the other, the blacktop beneath their shoes gummy from the midday summer sun. They were a boy and a girl, of just 11 and 12, yet they trudged along like prisoners on a road gang. And between them, an old oak bucket, filled to the wooden lid with pickle brine, swung lazily back and forth, and where their sweaty hands gripped the handle, they could feel the human head bobbing in the brine.
Though most of Jane Tyson Clement’s poems remained hidden in private notebooks during her lifetime, the few that traveled beyond her hands were widely admired and drew critical acclaim. Now, with this first comprehensive anthology of her work, the public can at last discover this gifted poet and give her the audience she…
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