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American Life in poetry

January 19, 2014
By TED KOOSER , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

My parents didn't live long enough to be confronted with the notion of paying for a bottle of water. They'd be horrified. Pay for water? Who ever heard of such a thing? Well ... here's a good poem by Kim Dower, who lives in Los Angeles, Calif., about what we go through to quench our thirst today.

 
 

 

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