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September 29, 2016

The Permanent Way

Meg Day

About This Poem


“Much of my youth was spent on family road trips to National Parks—I can map with ease the different phases of my childhood and adolescence based on the geography of the parks system in the United States. In many ways, the NPS was how I learned about this country and the people who lived in it; ‘The Permanent Way’ attempts to correct some of the omissions in that early education, of which there were many.”
—Meg Day


Meg Day is the author of Last Psalm at Sea Level (Barrow Street, 2014). Day teaches at Franklin & Marshall College and lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Poetry by Day


Last Psalm at Sea Level

(Barrow Street, 2014) 

"Always on the Train" by Ruth Stone


"An Evening Train" by Timothy Liu


"In the Park" by Maxine Kumin


Imagine Our Parks with Poems


This poem was commissioned by the Academy of American Poets and funded by a National Endowment for the Arts Imagine Your Parks grant. Imagine Your Parks grants celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service and the 50th anniversary of the NEA by supporting projects that use the arts to engage people with the memorable places and landscapes of the National Park System in 2016.


The Permanent Way by Meg Day