The Magic of Reading Poetry Aloud: A Response to Hannah Giorgis’s Essay, “How Poetry Can Guide Us Through Trauma”

I was mesmerized by the quote from Natasha Trethewey in Hannah Girogis’s recent essay in The Atlantic (https://lnkd.in/e9jfpXf), “How Poetry Can Guide Us Through Trauma,” when Tretheway expressed, “…I had to put my grief in the mouth of language, because it’s the only thing that will grieve with me….” Grief is ubiquitous and inescapable, andContinue reading “The Magic of Reading Poetry Aloud: A Response to Hannah Giorgis’s Essay, “How Poetry Can Guide Us Through Trauma””