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At some point. 

You have to accept that this is it. You can’t say I have 50 years ahead of me. So what are you gonna do? Let people walk all over you? 25 more words


POM: January Thoughts

January is that in between month. The newness of winter’s snow has moved into icy gray lumps at the side of the driveway. In order to not lose myself in thinking I’m stuck into a Narnian winterland, I try to see winter from different perspectives. 293 more words


From New York: American Poets Gil Fagiani and Maria Lisella

“When I told my mother in 1968 – a few weeks before my 23rd birthday – that I had a heroin problem, she wept in despair.

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Taking Down the Tree by Jane Kenyon

One of the best parts of the holidays is the end of the holidays 
and the silence that ensues the commercial build-up and hoopla.

"Give me some light!" cries Hamlet's 
 uncle midway through the murder
 of Gonzago. 131 more words

Poetry Blurb: e. e. cummings

O sweet spontaneous
earth how often have
the doting

fingers of
prurient philosophers pinched

, has the naughty thumb
of science prodded… 56 more words


Kindly Thought Out Gratitude!

The title of this blog was taken from the response facebook post by Al Young sir. I must say this is a wonderful lead to thank all those professors who guided me, prodded me, made me think, sometimes tolerated me, made me sing and dance with crazy long emails that I sent to them. 1,248 more words


The Selected Poems of Donald Hall

Donald Hall’s art bears witness to the effects of time.  Names of Horses, about the life and death of farm animals, and Old Timers’ Day, … 288 more words