Welcome to the 119th "episode" of my Tuesday's Truths series. I am honoring it by sharing the mini essay posted atop this entry which was written by E.B.White and published ninety-two years ago today on March 26, 1927.
Followers of this blog undoubtedly know that White is one of my favorite writers and whenever I get the chance to share his letters or passages from his books as well as his essays, I'm eager to let others know about him.
Regarding the works of Edna St. Vincent Millay, I confesss I don't know as much about them (understatement) as I do of a number of other writers, including the poet Mary Oliver, who died this past January.
I'm quite acquainted with Oliver's poetry re a number of birds (including her poems which reference types of avian creatures who visit my garden such as the male Northern Cardinal...
and the Northern mockingbird...
... which are all included in my book series, Words In Our Beak.*
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