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Negril

You are laid back,

dusky shadows fall

across your nakedness.

Your hand wraps loosely

a   Cuba Libre whose

clink of ice against the glass

keeps perfect time with Coltrane. 74 more words

Poetry

No Love

Photo: Cat Diner, fourth hole,Waikoloa Beach Golf Course, Big Island, Hawaii

Love After Love

by Derek Walcott

The time will come
when, with elation
you will greet yourself arriving… 211 more words

USA

Lyric Essentials: Scott "C" Fynboe Reads "Dear John, Dear Coltrane," by Michael S. Harper

Chris: Welcome to Lyric Essentials, where writers and poets share with us a passage or poem which is “essential” to their bookshelf and who they are as a writer. 1,061 more words

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Thoughts On a Road Trip

Sunset has come and gone and dusk is just about to set in. You were supposed to leave 40 minutes ago, but you keep remembering things you forgot to shove irreverently in your backpack – but at least they’re not permanently forgotten. 803 more words

Thoughts

Infinite Culture Podcast Series: Interview with Jake Feinberg

Welcome to the Infinite Culture podcast series! A new show – a new direction for Infinite Culture.

In this episode, I connect with Jake Feinberg to talk jazz, music, culture, and sociology while taking a look back at five years of the… 6 more words

Music

When asked about his work with Coltrane, Elvin Jones is quoted as saying “youz gotz ta be willin ta die wid a muddag fugga.” That’s what I’m missing these days, someone or something that I trust in enough to be willing to do what it takes, even if a proverbial death is the cost, to be with them. 60 more words