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The Blue Rose 033 - The Dugout

My high school, like most in the American Midwest, revolved around the seasons; not fall, winter, and spring, but rather football, basketball, and baseball. The high school sat on a plot of land donated to the school district, about three miles outside of town, one two low, flat hills. 2,019 more words

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The Noru - Blue Rose by Lola St.Vil

Lola has done it once again.  She has me addicted to another series which she is writing only the second book right now.  I knew I was going to be addicted from the moment I read the blurb on Amazon and I wasn’t wrong.   176 more words

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Easton Stagger Phillips - Resolution Road

In 2008 verscheen One For The Ditch, een eenmalige samenwerking van Tim Easton, Leeroy Stagger en Evan Phillips. Mooie folky muziek. Even was het trio de Crosby, Stills & Nash van de Americana, daarna gingen ze weer hun eigen weg en maakten met name Easton en Stagger formidabele soloplaten. 136 more words

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Hank Shizzoe :: Songsmith

Hank Shizzoe, de Americana-trots van Zwitserland, verlegt op de nieuwe CD Songsmith zijn grenzen. Het openingsnummer Rocket Ship maakt veel duidelijk: sci-fi, voodoo, swamp en zware electronica. 214 more words

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duets with other poets - Simona

Note:  Simona is presently a regular follower of my blog.  I make a habit of visiting the blogs my readers.  The photography at her beautiful blog is sensual without being pornographic and her gorgeous prose borders on poetry.  358 more words

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That guy, my misty spring.

He made my life seem picturesque.

While I was still a young leaf on that mango tree.

Uncared and neglected. 326 more words

Thursday, July 24th, 2014 - Finding Comfort in Strangers

Saga #21

Take the expansive cast of Game of Thrones, place them within an interstellar war as old as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, add generous doses of modern jargon and personalities, and you have the most addictive space opera without “Star” in the title. 491 more words

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