After Tomato Picking

This Tuesday’s poem is After Tomato Picking by Maria Garcia Teutsch.

If you click on the links to other Tuesday poets in the side bar you’ll find other poems including:

Stone is not Stone by Carson McCullers; Mary McCallum’s The Bookshop, Clare Beynons’ Daylight SavingBoys, Please Don’t Rock The Boat by Alicia Ponder and Dutch Interior by Eillen Moeller.

One Response to After Tomato Picking

  1. pdm says:

    The only job I ever walked off was picking tomatoes in 1970 or 1971. The most thankless job I have ever taken on.

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