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Poems air on Morning Edition during the 7:20 local newscast and at the end of the KRBD Evening Report (approximately 5:30 pm). Poems also air during music programs hosted by volunteers. Audio of the poems will be posted to the website after airing.
April 1st – Doug Rhodes reads a poem he wrote “Hubcap Cooking”
April 2nd – Judy Moffit reads “The Farmer and the Queen” by Shel Silverstein
April 3rd – Rebecca Valentine reads a poem she wrote called “The Stork’s Arrival With Twins”
April 4th – Lloyd Roth reads “The Light Becomes Pictoral” by Emily Dickinson
April 5th – Isaac Martin reads “Pied Beauty” by Gerard Manley Hopkins
April 6th – Wendy Miles reads “Bygones” by Bert Leston Taylor
April 7th – Erin Hollowell reads her poem “Family Renuion”
April 8th – Sophia Martin reads “Our Music Friend” by Barbara Ann Wilmot
April 9th – Wayne Kinunen read’s John Masefield’s poem “A Ballad of John Silver”
April 10th – Earl reads “The Reckoning” by Robert Service
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April 30th – Compilation poem featuring first phrases from each of the 29 poems heard this month
Vanilla has become a cultural metaphor for blandness and whiteness. It turns out that the flavor's history is rife with conquest and slavery and theft.