National Poetry Month video: “Woman in a Bar” by Dorianne Laux

Hi friends!

Today for National Poetry Month, I read Dorianne Laux’s “Woman in a Bar.” This is one of ten poems from her exquisite chapbook, The Book of Women by Red Dragonfly Press:

Red Dragonfly Press: THE BOOK OF WOMEN by Dorianne Laux

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Dorianne, for those who don’t know her, is a wizard! She is simply one of the best poets I know, and I consider myself so fortunate, my life has transformed as a result of every interaction we’ve had. Happy Poetry Month to you, DL, and may you always feel loved.

Here, then, is “Woman in a Bar” and enjoy: Robert Vaughan reads “Woman in a Bar” by Dorianne Laux – YouTube

Have you ever been in a bar? How about Fozzie’s? Boy Bar? King Tut’s Wah-Wah Hut?

When is the last time you sat in a bar, and were completely captivated by someone else? What happened?

 

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