Potholes inspire poetry

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If laughter is the best medicine, then laughing about this spring’s potholes is the cure for the aggravation they cause.  To that end, the Herald of Randolph recently invited readers to submit poems about potholes.  This week’s Herald contains a selection of odes written to the bane of Vermont drivers.  

Here is a selection read by Peter Nowlan, Jean Merrill, and M. Dickey Drysdale.


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