Tue, 8 June 2010
Tue, June 8 2010
Mister Ron's Basement #1697
'The facetious, capricious, delicious poems of Walt Mason.' -- James Whitcomb Riley
This week we are offering more of Walt's 'prose poems' from the 1911 collection, 'Walt Mason - His Book.'
Today we feature Walt's prose poem concerning a very, very old man, and how he got that way -- 'Methuselah.'
Time: approx three and a half minutes
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