Ode to Louisa May Alcott

This wonderful poem, written by Deborah Nandan, sums up the life and legacy of Louisa May Alcott beautifully and succinctly. If you enlarge your view on your computer screen, you should be able to read it.

“Ode to Louisa May Alcott,” Written by Deborah Nandan, All rights reserved©

 

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7 Replies to “Ode to Louisa May Alcott”

      1. Not much, when I was in the “vortex”, I scribbled it down in about an hour. A first draft was written in July, it was pathetic, thus added six more paragraphs to it, after being inspired by HR’s biography on Louisa May Alcott; then yesterday, I corrected few grammatical errors.

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