In this episode we continue to look at poignant poems about subjects that connect us all. Today's subject was Summer and we take a look at the life and poems by Paul Laurence Dunbar, the first nationally recognised black poet in the US. I hope you enjoy this episode and learn a thing or too along the way!
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