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The Gentle Art of Tramping | Stephen Graham

A photo of a woman laying on a man in a field with mountains in the distance and trees in the near distance. There is a poem by Stephen Graham titled "the Gentle Art of Tramping" that reads "As you sit on the hillside,/or lie prone under the trees of the forest,/or sprawl wet-legged/by a mountain stream,/the great door,/that does not look like a door,/opens."

If a line or phrase resonates with you, we invite you to use it as a starting point to create your own poem.

We welcome you to share your poem with the IPM community here: A Poetry Commons.

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