'Then and Now'

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Mother declaimed "Evangeline,"
elbow-deep in her soapstone tub,
accompanied by Dad's overalls
playing riffs on the washboard.
I, having all modern conveniences,
must hang my poems in apple trees
to sing to the wind.

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