In A Field Of Weeds

Schultz, Robert
December 1991
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Dec1991, Issue 18, p22
Presents the poem "In A Field of Weeds," by Robert Schulz. First line: Five degrees. Rough, shifting winds. Sunlight crashing; Last line: They name the terror and make it flower. We stand together.


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