We hear stories about poetry and how it can bring people together. This episode is hosted by Keighly Baron.
Natalie Bell - Orthodontia and a high school poetry reading lead to awkwardness.
Glenn North - Feeling despondent about moving back to his hometown of Kansas City, MO to take care of a sick parent, a young poet decides to rejuvenate the arts scene with a poetry night.
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