In Memoriam: Richard G. Bowie

He woke all up to the cow’s returning Home in the evening to be milked (not the dawn) And if there were anywhere fences they were already mended By the man who worked alongside others like a plow. “If there’s a job to be done, you would do best to believe in it”🔒

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John McGonigle lives in Westport, Mass.

Posted in: June/July 2015: Activists vs Mystics vs Pragmatists, Poetry

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