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A (Pint-Sized) Review of Hemingway's "A Moveable Feast" (Don't Worry, It's Locally Grown, Organic, and Gluten Free)

Mental long division, juggling flaming torches, parallel parking a train – all of these things seem easier to me than writing about Hemingway. Perhaps one day I’ll figure out what the block is, but until that day, my reviews of Hemingway will be short. 303 more words

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Wikipedia Poem, No. 92

Pleased
To do.
One   

To do.
Met 
Oh.
    
Or  
Towering.
No   
     
Her   
Later
Pleased
  
I want.   
To do.
Turning.
        
Pleased
Later
Thoroughly
  

Is that.
A question.
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Expressing Gratitude

As I am looking forward to entering College this fall I am beginning to more deeply appreciate the small things in my life.  Knowing that I am about to be placed in a new environment away from some of the most important things in my life has been alternately exciting and terrifying to me.   103 more words

More On Creativity-Part 3

I found the following quote written on a 3X5 card in my stuff after I wrote about this subject last week. Two completely opposite opinions about what constitutes creative work and what constitutes dictation. 206 more words

Open source mall

Once there was a way to shop, socialize and soak up rays in a pubic forum geared towards commerce, activity and art.  Of course, everything changes – no more so than here in America, the land of perpetual re-invention.   376 more words

Memoir

Atwood

The Gertrude Stein

to my Mina Loy.

But I am no dealer of arts,

no perfect, corrupted, genius

and you,

no computermachine.

Poetry

Celebrating Independence a Day Early: A Delivery from the Library of America

With tomorrow being the US Independence day, what a better time than the day before the eve of the Fourth of July to receive a shipment from the Library of America (because it gives me time to photograph, write, caress, advertise, sniff, etc. 803 more words

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