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Calling Forth Memories – A William Stafford Exercise Explicated

By Renée Ruderman I love many of William Stafford’s poems, and it’s his modesty, quiet strength, and sharp eye that sometimes fuel the moods of my poems. I often use the following memory prompt for my own work and that … Continue reading

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