Edward Hirsch’s “I Was Never Able to Pray” Featured in NYC Park

NYC Parks and the Poetry Society of America Launch Park Poems

“I Was Never Able to Pray”–a poem written by Edward Hirsch, Writers Studio Advisory Board Member–is featured in the NYC Parks’ Park Poems series. The poems appears at Valentino Pier in Red Hook just in time for National Poetry Month.

“NYC Parks and the Poetry Society of America are partnering to launch Park Poems, a new initiative that transforms poems into site-specific works of public art. Installed in harmony with the surrounding landscape and park infrastructure, the poems collectively focus on the theme of reflection, inviting parkgoers to pause and contemplate.”

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