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Lasso the Wind

This collection of children's poetry by poet and playwright George Elliott Clarke features playful and witty use of language to depict the wonder and boldness of childhood.

George Elliott Clarke

Lasso the Wind is the first collection of children's poetry by renowned poet and playwright George Elliott Clarke. By turns absurd, witty, playful and profound, Clarke's poems speak to the vivid wonder, the bright joys and the secret pains of growing up in this world. (From Nimbus)

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