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Board of Trustees Finance and Audit Subcommittee Meeting

May 11th | 8:00am - 9:00am
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Board of Trustees Executive Subcommittee Meeting

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I have always been blown away by the work of the boston Public Library and what they do for their patrons. Not only from the resources they have available, such as passes to museums, but even just the ability to have books sent to a specific branch of the Library so it's easier to pick them up. I also have greatly enjoyed receiving recommendations of new books to read from librarians through their online form. Through the use of this service, I have found and enjoyed some truly terrific books. - Anonymous
May 11, 6:30 - 7:30 PM West End Branch Library Study Community Meeting 3

West End Branch Library Study Public Meeting 3

May 11th | 6:30pm - 7:30pm
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Audre Lorde's poem "Coal." I /Is the total black, being spoken/ From the earth's inside./ There are many kinds of open./ How a diamond comes into a knot of flame /   How a sound comes into a word, coloured /   By who pays what for speaking. / Some words are open /Like a diamond on glass windows /Singing out within the crash of passing sun /Then there are words like stapled wagers /In a perforated book—buy and sign and tear apart— /And come whatever wills all chances/ The stub remains /An ill-pulled tooth with a ragged edge. /Some words live in my throat /Breeding like adders. Others know sun/ Seeking like gypsies over my tongue/ To explode through my lips /Like young sparrows bursting from shell. /Some words /Bedevil me. / Love is a word another kind of open—/ As a diamond comes into a knot of flame /I am black because I come from the earth's inside   / Take my word for jewel in your open light.

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