National Poetry Month: April 3

Happy Birthday David Carter!!! It’s a big day for a sweet friend.

My piece, “Forget It,” is up at Marco Polo Arts Magazine, thanks editor Darin Beasley. Each story in this online anthology had to have exactly 100 words included.

Forget It – Marco Polo

Today, for National Poetry Month, I read one of my favorite poems in the entire Universe! This is e.e. cummings “somewhere I have never travelled, gladly beyond” and I dedicate this to my pal, writer Joani Reese, who adores this poem equally:

Robert Vaughan reads “somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond” by e.e. cummings – YouTube

What is one thing you have learned from love? From a lover?

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About Robert Vaughan

Originally from NY, writer, editor, and workshop leader, his poems and fiction are widely published in print and online magazines, such as Necessary Fiction, BlazeVOX, Connotation Press, Metazen, Thrice, Literary Orphans and Housefire. He is Senior Flash editor at JMWW and Lost in Thought magazines and leads round- tables for Redoak Writing. He is a six times Pushcart Prize Nominee and his fiction and poetry have won awards, including a Micro-Fiction runner-up (2012) and twice a finalist in the Gertrude Stein Fiction Award (2013-14). His collections are: Microtones (Cervena Barva Press); Diptychs + Triptychs + Lipsticks + Dipshits (Deadly Chaps): Addicts & Basements (Civil Coping Mechanisms) and RIFT, co-authored with Kathy Fish (Unknown Press).
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2 Responses to National Poetry Month: April 3

  1. Andrea says:

    YAY! Happy Birthday Davit!!!! Love the poem. What have I learned from a lover? How to save money…no kidding. From love, how to stand up for myself. Congratulations!

  2. Grady Paine says:

    When someone writes a poem he/she keeps the thought
    of a reader in his/her mind, that’s how a reader can
    understand it. So that’s why this piece of writing is amazing. Thanks!

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