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Poetry Sunday: “Words and Music,” by Laurel Feigenbaum

By Rebecca Foust
Laurel Feigenbaum’s enthusiasm, vigor, sass, and dry wit, are appreciated by all who know her. These qualities suffuse her writing, especially in today’s poem. I love the idea of getting the ultimate “do over” or, as she says, “how nice it would be to have a ‘practice life’—or as many as you needed to get it right!”
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