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“I Know What Love Is” By Emily Bobo

Bobo reads "D.C. al Coda Accord Final," "I Know What Love Is," and "The Love Song of Mason and Hamlin."

Feet and rainbow

Photo: Emily Bobo

Poet and teacher Emily Bobo believes in the transformative power of writing to build community and to voice the individual. She treasures her students and their stories.

“[G]rief is distributed
between you, among all your kind, for me
to know you, as deep blue
marks the wild scilla, white
the wood violet.”
–“April” by Louise Glück

Emily Bobo is the author of Fugue published by Lost Horse Press. She teaches in the English department at Ivy Tech Community College in Bloomington, Indiana.

Note: The Accord Final is a bronze sculpture of a destroyed grand piano by French-Amercian artist Arman Fernandez.

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