Anne Bradstreet weathered the harsh New England Winters and the hard life of starting a society in the new world.
America's first poet, Bradstreet chronicles the joy and pain of her life experience. While she never lost any of her own children - she suffered the grief of infant death losing several of her grandchildren.
Her poetry points to the pain and grief of losing a little one all too soon. In this episode Emily and Maria look at two of her poems. Nearly 400 years later her grief connects mothers across centuries.
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