National Poetry Month: April 4

Robert Vaughan reads “True Stories” by Margaret Atwood – YouTube What have you lost that you thought might never make its way back to you? Has it? Will it?]]>

8 thoughts on “National Poetry Month: April 4”

  1. Great reading, enjoyed it and I LOVE the hat!!!!! I am so happy you were able to track him down.
    xoxo Glo
    > On April 4, 2013 at 11:23 AM Robert Vaughan > wrote: > > Robert Vaughan posted: “Happy Thursday! Today I read Margaret Atwood’s “True > Stories.” And here is my true story about this work: this is a poem that has > some legacy, and rich history in my life. In my early 20s, I was living in > Brockport, an upstate New York town outside of ” >

  2. Great story! Love Ms. Atwood too. YAY Scorgies and New Wave night at Jim’s…great memories!!! What I lost / was stolen an old photo of my sister and I as children…no negative…lost forever. It never will be found. But, my love for my sister is endless.

    1. Andrea, thanks, as always, for your lovely comments, and our shared memories. That photo is always with you, inside you, and of course, this you know. I love you! xoxo

    1. Meg, I wondered when I selected this poem how many writers already knew Atwood, and then how many of them even know about this single collection of her poetry. It is among my favorites. I often open my Fiction or Poetry workshops with this poem, as you can see why. Thanks for your lovely support- means the world to me! xoxo

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