Jeff Knorr reads excerpt of his poem The River

The Sacramento is pressing itself into
banks drifting against light and stones. The wind is flittering just a little
brushing grasses and shifting against the oaks and cottonwood trees. A few swallows dive sharply for insects and a heron hides in the reeds while the
red-tailed hawk circles above on a distant cyclone of air.

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