Margaret Squires has moved to Bloomington, Indiana three times. The third time was in 1990, and she put down roots. As a psychotherapist, she has plenty of involvement with riveting stories of growth, and she encounters many rich metaphors, but she wants to write stories and poems too. She has read at the local Hart Rock Poetry Series and is grateful for the encouragement that she has received there.
On this edition of The Poets Weave, Squires reads her poems “Graduation,” “From the Deep Romantic Chasm the Woman with the Wry Smile Speaks…,” “Such A Fine Thing,” and “Salaam at Max’s Place.”