A Poem for National Buttermilk Biscuit Day

Flowers For Socrates

May 14 is National Buttermilk Biscuit Day. Biscuits have been popular in America since before the U.S. Civil War. Alexander P. Ashbourne patented the first biscuit cutter in 1875.

Willa Schneberg (1952 – ) American interdisciplinary artist and poet, author of four poetry collections: In The Margins Of The World, winner of the 2002 Oregon Book Award; Box Poems; Storytelling In Cambodia; and Rending the Garment.

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