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Now and Then - Dr. Roger Branch Sr.
An elegy for the Ohoopee River
Dr  Roger Branch March WEB
Dr. Roger Branch Sr.
“An elegy in literature begins with mourning someone or something that is lost to us or disappearing as we write. Its job is to build a likeness – an effigy – out of words, as it moves to the hard work of letting go.” – Susan Hand Shetterly from “When Winter Came” in Phi Kappa Phi Forum, Winter 2023.
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