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. 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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