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Sunken Garden Poetry Festival: Richard Blanco
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Sunken Garden Poetry Festival: Richard Blanco

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Sunken Garden Poetry Festival: Richard Blanco

Sunken Garden Poetry Festival: Richard Blanco
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The second of summer 2004 installments of verse read at the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival, held every summer at Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington, Conn. This week's featured artist is the Cuban-American poet Richard Blanco. He reads his poem, "Mother Picking Produce."

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