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Frederick Glaysher reading from the cantos Black Elk and Chief Seattle, and the poet-prophet Job on the moon, from The Parliament of Poets: An Epic Poem, at The Farmhouse, Village of Franklin, Michigan. March 22, 2018. 15 minutes.
Hosted and Introduced by the poet Diane DeCillis. Funded by Poets & Writers, Inc.
We human beings need a new vision and understanding of life on this planet, to help bring us together, to see and feel and understand our common humanity, to step back from the brink of self-destruction.
If the old exclusivisms evolved into the exclusivism of the Enlightenment, from the moon, together, we can see universality.
As a global epic tale, I am speaking to the entire planet, not merely the Western world.