WRNI – The Ocean State's natural beauty seeps into our souls, from the stunning vistas at Sachuest Point in Middletown to the bucolic trails in Glocester's George Washington State Park. This state's natural bounty seems to define us, or maybe we define it. This week we hear from poet John Grey, whose verses should help all Rhode Islanders understand what it means to connect with the nature that surrounds us.
John Grey is an Australian born poet who has lived in Providence since the late 1970s. He works as a financial systems analyst and has had thousands of poems published in magazines ranging from the Journal of the American Medical Association to Weird Tales.