Sacramento poet laureate Indigo Moor in his office with his upright bass fiddle. “I don’t know if any true musician would consider me a musician, but (music) informs every part of me,” he said.
Sacramento poet laureate Indigo Moor in his office with his upright bass fiddle. “I don’t know if any true musician would consider me a musician, but (music) informs every part of me,” he said. Allen Pierleoni apierleoni@sacbee.com
Sacramento poet laureate Indigo Moor in his office with his upright bass fiddle. “I don’t know if any true musician would consider me a musician, but (music) informs every part of me,” he said. Allen Pierleoni apierleoni@sacbee.com

Having difficulty finding the right words? Poetry can help, says Indigo Moor.

April 07, 2017 8:00 AM

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