National Poetry Month; April 20

Microtones, is “Legacy,” which is not biographical in any direct sense, but its theme is family. You can read it here: The Lost Bookshelf Homepage The poet I share today is Sharon Olds. She’s a veteran poet, stunning at the self-reveal, and focus on personal relationships, family matters. Her poem “I Go Back to May 1937” is a heart-wrenching visit back to her parent’s roots: Robert Vaughan reads “I Go Back to May 1937” from Sharon Olds – YouTube How did your parents meet? How did you meet your partner/spouse/lover? Can you experience or see it from the other person’s point-of-view?]]>

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