If you've read this blog in April, you know that I'm knee-deep in writing a poem a day. But for this Sunday Scribblings, I decided to take a break and enjoy the warm weather.
This is how I composed my Saturday. What follows are the events of the day.
The Grolier Poetry Book Shop is the oldest poetry-only book store in North America, I think. Had a wonderful conversation with the new owner--they are now under new management, which should inject some much needed life into the store. I wish them great success as an independent bookstore and a Cambridge mainstay.
And here's what I bought ...
Aimee Nezhukumatathil's At the Drive-in Volcano. From there I walked around Harvard Sq.
(That's not me.)
For more compositions, visit Sunday Scribblings. And feel free to comment on my NaPoWriMo poems.