A Poem Lovely as a Tree

The fifth annual River of Words Poetry Walk, organized by the Hudson Highlands Land Trust and the Constitution Marsh Aubudon Center, continues through Sunday, Sept. 11 (extended from Aug. 28), at Constitution Marsh in Garrison. The self-guided tour, which is open from dawn to dusk, features nature-inspired poems selected from among hundreds written by students from both sides of the river during the past school year.

The featured poems include those by fourth graders Frankie DiGiglio, Brynn Martin and Henry O’Neil at Haldane Elementary.

Brynn Martin (Haldane), Aine Blum (Cornwall); instructor Irene O’Garden; Gabriella Uhl (Cornwall); Ronan Murray (Cornwall) and  Frankie DiGiglio (Haldane). Missing are: Javier Salazaar and Ava Harmon (Putnam Valley), and Henry O’Neil (Haldane).

Brynn Martin (Haldane), Aine Blum (Cornwall); instructor Irene O’Garden; Gabriella Uhl (Cornwall); Ronan Murray (Cornwall) and  Frankie DiGiglio (Haldane). Missing from the photo are Javier Salazaar and Ava Harmon (Putnam Valley) and Henry O’Neil (Haldane).

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