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AS a polio survive, age twelve, I exchanged climbing trees with longboned legs for climbing visions: writing in staves of muxi in my hospital bed, then back out into the new world, changed as though irradiated by light. I lie with Max in the rain in the whie bed exultant at life.
Pulitzer Prize in literature
January 22, 2017 | Victoria, BC