Bio for 2022

Michael is a 75 year old would-be poet who once a year used to stop by a certain cemetery in Bennington, Vermont, to apologize to the grave of Robert Frost for not having written enough/any poems since the last time he’d passed by that way.

Reason for signing up:

I’ve got a need to poetize one of my old prose pieces. This seems like as good a place as any to do that, not to mention that the other LexPoMo poets are lovely folks with whom to virtually hang.

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