A Letter From The Publisher, Nov. 9, 1953

. . . containing words that rhyme, to demonstrate that Pegasus sometimes works for TIME.

In the offices of TIME'S Letters department there is a spot known as the "Poet's Corner." Thousands of people every year find occasion and reason to write letters to TIME. A good many of these writers feel the urge to frame their inspired praise or protest in verse form. When such a verse letter comes in, the "Poet's Corner" replies in kind. The reply is usually written by Gwyneth Kahn, one of the eight writers in the Letters department,...

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