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Poet Vivian Shipley reads this week at the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival in Farmington, Connecticut. We hear her poem "Ode on a Beet," published in 1999 by Hanover Press. Ms. Shipley's most recent book of poetry is When There Is No Shore, published by Word Press.

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