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American Life in Poetry

June 2, 2013
By Ted Kooser , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

You can't get closer to our hunter-gatherer ancestors than by clawing in the earth with your fingers. Here's a delightful poem about digging for bait by Marsha Truman Cooper, a Californian.

 
 

 

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