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NEW-CUE, Inc. is a non-profit, environmental education organization founded primarily to assist writers and educators who are dedicated to enhancing the public's awareness of environmental issues.
Elaine Dallman has been active in programs that bring poets and poetry directly into the community. 185 of Elaine Dallman's poems have been printed in a wide variety of literary anthologies, including Celebration of Writers, and Discover America, as well as in literary journals such as Epoch and Peregrine; more will be forthcoming in Home Means Nevada: Literature of the Silver State.
Wearing Winter (Wiesbaden)
Rectangle up, rectangle down.
Cage constructed, workers hurry away.
Plans are like pages of manuscripts; architects should sign their names.
The owner should sign them. Imagine spending all that money and not getting a signature building.
Each building is weighty and alone.
Stores inside sell things in boxes.
People in office boxes carry briefcases—
boxes within boxes.
The air is boxed in; the elevator
walls define its box.
There's a hardness about these that lets them be suspended.
Box lunch can be eaten in the patio.
The pigeons bring circles to these boxes.
( Wiesbaden )
The people of this town walk around with damp underwear.
Light rain dampens the spreadout undies.
How good Wiesbadeners feel putting on misty underthings.
A visitor says, "Get a dryer,"
and they reply, in German: “It’s not done.”