National Poetry Month: April 6

Robert Vaughan reads “Restaurant” by Ellen Bass – YouTube Also, my short fiction, “The Bagpipe Refrain” appears in the new Literary Orphans, the Marilyn Monroe issue. Deep thanks to editor Mike Joyce who asked me to contribute. What an honor: The Bagpipe Refrain by Robert Vaughan | Literary Orphans If you have time, do check out the remaining prose and poetry in this fine magazine. Today, my question is, when is the last time you did something for a friend without expecting something in return? When is the last time you really showed up for somebody?]]>

3 thoughts on “National Poetry Month: April 6”

  1. Thanks for posting. Happy April 6th! As you know, I have learned to never expect. When you expect you’ll always be disappointed. I show up all the time with no expectation of anything in return. Very rewarding and selfish in it’s own right.

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