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fourth grade in Gusher Utah I won four dollars in a school district essay contest on “Why We Should Eat a Better Breakfast” And yes this morning I had a bowl of my own excellent granola followed by a hike in the hills near my home in Walnut Creek CaliforniaIn high school I began writing in earnest I have now in my files a folder marked “Poetry Very Bad” and another “Poetry Not uite So Bad” Writing served a good purpose for that very dramatic insecure adolescent Also at that time I began to keep a diary which I still maintain and which has been indescribably useful to me both as a writer and as a pilgrim on the earth After graduating from Brigham Young University with an MA in theatre teaching for a year in Utah at Snow College and traveling for a year I taught part time at BYU in the English department and was then hired by the motion picture studio on campus to write educational and religious screenplaysWhile performing at the university as Mrs Antrobus in Thornton Wilder’s “The Skin of Our Teeth” I met and fell in love with Gerald Pearson a shining blond enthusiastic young man who fell in love with me and my poems “We’ve got to get them published” he said on our honeymoon and soon dragged me up to the big city Salt Lake City to see who would be first in line to publish them “Poetry doesn’t sell” insisted everyone we spoke to and I somewhat relieved put publishing on the list of things to do posthumouslyBut not Gerald “Then I’ll publish them” he said Borrowing two thousand dollars he created a company called “Trilogy Arts” and published two thousand copies of a book called Beginnings a slim hard back volume with a white cover that featured a stunning illustration “God in Embryo” by our good friend Trevor Southey now an internationally known artist On the day in autumn of 1967 that Gerald delivered the books by truck to our little apartment in Provo I was terrified I really had wanted to do this posthumously BeginningsTodayYou came runningWith a small specked eggWarm in your handYou could barely understandI knowAs I told you of Beginnings–Of egg and birdTold tooThat years ago you beganSmaller than sightAnd thenAs egg yearns for skyAnd seed stretches to treeYou became–Like meOhBut there’s so much You and I childHave just begunThinkWorlds from nowWhat might we be–We who are seedOf DeityWe toted a package of books up to the BYU bookstore and asked to see the book buyer “Well” she said “nobody ever buys poetry but since you’re a local person let me take four on consignment” As they came in packages of twenty we persuaded her to take twenty on consignment Next day she called and asked “Those books you brought up here Do you have any of them”I had anticipated that the two thousand books now stacked in our little closet and under our bed and in my Daddy’s garage would last us years and years as wedding presents But immediately we ordered a second printing Beginnings sold over 150000 copies before we gave it to Doubleday and then to BookcraftBeginnings was followed by other volumes of poetry The Search The Growing Season A Widening View I Can’t Stop Smiling and Women I Have Known and Been Most of the poems from the earlier books now appear in a compilation Beginnings and Beyond The poems have been widely reprinted in such places as Ann Landers’ column the second volume of Chicken Soup for the Soul and college textbooks such as Houghton Mifflin’s Structure and Meaning an Introduction to Literature That first little volume of verse and my husband’s determination laid the foundation for my entire careerAnother characteristic of my husband was to have a profound effect on both