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Firmly entrenched in Lawnboro

Former NPR poet is now a muse on local themes

Former NPR 'Roving Poe' Molly Saccardo of Natick now shares her passion for verse with students at Millis Middle School. Former NPR "Roving Poe" Molly Saccardo of Natick now shares her passion for verse with students at Millis Middle School. (DAVID L. RYAN/GLOBE STAFF/FILE)
By Denise Taylor
Globe Correspondent / May 17, 2007

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Call her the Bard of Lawnboro. Former National Public Radio "roving poet" Molly Saccardo lives in the suburbs now, so that's what she writes about -- and where she's also trying to stir literary passions in the classroom, with a live poetry series and through an international online poetry challenge. But the Natick mom and Millis teacher prefers her own ... (Full article: 1006 words)

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