Mentioned in review of The Broadsider

The poem “Teddy” was highlighted as part of The Broadsider series in a review by Rene Schwiesow on Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene:

A piece entitled “Teddy,” by Leah Angstman [ ... ], is printed in green ink on a beige-toned paper. The shadowing of the graphic photo behind the poem means that one must expend a little more effort to read sections of the work if the lighting is not “just right.” The poem, however, is fabulous:

Maybe now the windmills of
Nantucket can be spinning
on the hills of the Sound
where the richies can see,

blowin' out there with
your legacy, your depth,
your final great roar
as the last Congressional lion.

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