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Sometimes you have to lose everything to know where you are. Sometimes your stuff defines you more than you think.

“Spring Cleaning” is a poem about setting the stuff in the FREE box that you really need to get rid of. By Charles O’Hay, copyright 2015, used with permission. Visit Charles’ website.

Sometimes the things you want to hid away don’t really fit into “Storage,” the final poem of our National Poetry Month celebration. By Margaret Adams, copyright 2005, used with permission. Visit Margaret’s website.

Is eating stuff the best way to get rid of it, asks Len Kuntz in “Oreo.” Copyright 2016, used with permission. Visit Len’s website.

The everyday becomes so powerful it is made illegal in “Soup.” By Tino Mori, copyright 2015, used with permission. Read Tino’s bio.

Don’t forget to send your listener feedback for our 50th episode and vote for your favorite story by Friday, April 29.

Happy listening,