Poets in Full Bloom at Hamilton Center
The human headlong race stops for me
When I see
Envelope her flock of poets With her loving attention
So begins a poem by Irwin Goldman published online in The New Sun. Goldman is one of nine older men and women who call themselves the Hamilton Poets (aka Full Bloom Poets) because they attend Project Find Hamilton Senior Center’s Poetry Workshop in Manhattan for two hours every week.
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