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The courses of immeasurable forces
Pull him apart
His monkeys on chains sing refrains
Of this is all of you

He is power electric
Muscle and stone… 38 more words


"I step aboard the orchid boat . . . a picture held us captive"

“I step aboard the orchid boat” — Image by kenne

by Lee Harwood

A hot summer night,
the sound of rain in the courtyard. … 289 more words

Day 1: Chicago to...?

Boarding now: A bitter sweet departure.


From Desert Oasis to Entertainment Mecca

by Tania Moffat   (Photo credit John Phelan)

Within the parched landscape of the Mojave Desert, natural springs provided an oasis in a part of Mexico that is known today as Nevada. 1,100 more words


Your Bus Will Arrive...'Mañana'

Bus timetables can be challenging to figure out in some countries. The public buses in Nicaragua, for example, don’t have set departure times and therefore the departures are not written down. 117 more words

The Ride

Last night, I went to bed feeling a little heavy. It had been a hermit-y day full of solitary work and, since the sun decided to scat, some (rare for August) drab, gray skies. 150 more words


Verismo Theatre's Departures: A Song-Cycle for All of Us

Published by Kettle mag 12/08/2014

Verismo Theatre are a glorious surprise in this year’s Edinburgh Fringe programme. Formed in Sheffield earlier this year by writer Joe Bunce and composer Matthew Malone, the company takes its name from a nineteenth century Italian operatic movement, which shunned the traditional tropes of royalty and prestige, and concentrated instead on the lives of ordinary people. 470 more words