Leonora Speyer

Leonora Speyer was an American poet and musician. She won the 1927 Pulitzer Prize for her book, Fiddler’s Farewell. She wrote the poetry book while living in New York where she lived with her husband. She also published April on the Battlefields and A Note from the Pipes. Read more of Leonora Speyer’s Biography.

Squall

‘Squall’ by Leonora Speyer describes the progress of a powerful storm, or squall, that drenches a wooded landscape and the peace which follows.

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