Monthly Archives: April 2022

Poets Around Town Zoom Reading April 30

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Crow The crow calls after I’ve poured  a second cup of coffee. The forest is quiet, aside from Moss Brook,  sound splashing through an open window. Wood frogs left eggs in the pond last night. then went quiet this morning. … Continue reading

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Poetry Month in Brattleboro VT

I’m sharing a snippet of Write Action’s information about the Poetry Around Town exhibit, from their newsletter. Storefronts in Brattleboro center, beginning at the food coop, have poetry in their windows.  The weather is now warm enough to stroll up … Continue reading

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Billy Collins

Billy Collins is one of my favorite poet-storytellers. He packs a big emotional punch with an economy of words. His poems linger in my mind long after I read them, and I wonder how those people he’s written about are. … Continue reading

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