Reading His Poetry

Donald Hall reads three poems during Narrative’s interview with him at his Eagle Pond home in Wilmot, New Hampshire, pulling from his collections The Painted Bed (2006) and Old and New Poems (1990). For more delight, you can also read an excerpt from his memoir Unpacking the Boxes: A Memoir of a Life in Poetry, in which Hall recounts his discovery that poetry was “secret, dangerous, wicked, and delicious.”


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