Too green the springing April grass, Too blue the silver-speckled sky, For me to linger here, alas, While happy winds go laughing by, Wasting the golden hours indoors, Washing windows and scrubbing floors. Too wonderful the April night, Too faintly sweet the first May flowers, The stars too gloriously
In 1967, New Hampshire established a state poet laureate position, which is currently held by Alice B. Fogel, who was appointed to a five-year term in 2018. Fogel is the author of A Doubtful House (Bauhan Publishing 2017).
In 2017, Mike Nelson was named the poet laureate of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
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