Man in Number Nine: Hot Chocolate Time: Poems
Inge Logenburg Kyler and her husband live in Michigan in an old farmhouse on eighteen acres. They both enjoy hiking the trails around their property, planting a huge vegetable garden, and taking care of the little animals that from time to time come to live with them. They have three grown children. An accomplished prize winning poet, she writes a monthly article for a local paper, Flashes.
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