Poem: Appleseeds of Dissent | Poetry | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine
I learned of Johnny
As a quirky man
Obsessed with apples,
For a hat, a saucepan.

Learning’s long arc
Bears different fruits,
Johnny’s quirks had
Method for roots.

His apples were not
For bites, pies or cans,
They made good hard cider
Out of reach of tax plans.

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