AT EITHER END OF THE WEB
She spins by moonlight,
Each morning I claw at the web,
What is this web to her
like the crumpled moth trapped
I rip apart--some kind of primitive
Neither of us will back down. One has to go,
Regina Murray Brault, 72, this year’s 2010 National Senior Poet Laureate, is a retired homemaker from Burlington. She is a returning Senior Poets Laureate winner at national (1996) and state (2009) levels. She leads The Cherry Lane Poets monthly workshop in Burlington. Regina is a widow. She has three children and six grandchildren. She has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Her sign is Aries.