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        Dust, by Dorianne Laux

        This video segment from Poetry Everywhere features the poet Dorianne Laux reads her poem “Dust” at the Dodge Poetry Festival. "Poems keep us conscious of the importance of our individual lives,” says Laux. “Dust” examines a fleeting moment of connection that is swept aside and mostly lost in the busy activity of an average day.

        For a biography of the poet Dorianne Laux, please visit the Poetry Foundation Web site.

        This media asset comes from Poetry Everywhere filmed at the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival.

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