Poetry at Work, Chapter 4: The Poetry of the Commute

As I note in Poetry at Work, with the exception of a few months in 2000 when I worked from home, my work career has included the “daily bookends” of a commute – as short as a mile when I had a small office in my hometown suburb of St. Louis, and as long as 17 miles when I drive daily to and from downtown Houston.

But commutes aren’t just limited to work.

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