The Poetry Question

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QOTD – March 14 – Blonde on Blonde

It’s Friday, and Dylan’s Blonde on Blonde is rattle-shake-strum-poetry-drawling from my small stereo in my classroom. It feels like a Dylan type of day – however that’s supposed to feel. I haven’t listened to this album in a couple of years, and I’m kicking myself for that. It’s brilliant. It’s like going to therapy – well, therapy that actually works. My classroom is a zoo today. Students are stressed about the research paper their working to complete; it’s a due day for all of their research notes, and while they are getting it done, and powering through, it’s definitely creating that hurricane effect, and “Sad-Eyed Lady” is definitely presenting a nice soundtrack at the moment as the first period winds down.

What is the soundtrack to your Friday?

About Christopher Margolin

Chris Margolin spent more than a decade in Education as a high school English teacher, and is now an Instructional Coach for the Longview School District. He is also the founder of The Poetry Question, an online journal which focuses on reviews of small press poetry publications, and runs a regular series called "The Power of Poetry," where notable poets share their personal stories of how poetry has affected their lives. Margolin resides in Vancouver, Washington with his wife, and daughter.

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