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from Run, Sheep, Run (1932)

Part I, Ch. I –

She watched a black ant crawling between stems of two golden-rods. The ant was immersed in carrying grains of earth to a tiny mound. 1,193 more words

“I learned more from a three minute record than I ever did at school…”

#2: Song to Woody, Bob Dylan (1962)

Bob Dylan, 1962 – image subject to copyright

Here’s to the hearts and the hands of the men… 1,126 more words


"Max Bodenheim Counterpart in Many Lands" (March 2, 1954)

from Johnstown Leader-Republican (March 2, 1954)
By W.G. Rogers

“Max Bodenheim Counterpart in Many Lands: Didn’t Differ Much From Verlaine, Poe and Baudelaire”

NEW YORK (UP)–– There has always been a Maxwell Bodenheim. 578 more words

"Feminine Talk" (May 1, 1921)

from Poetry: A Magazine of Verse (May 1, 1921)


First Woman. Do you share the present dread
Of being sentimental?
The world has flung its boutonniere… 390 more words

"Bohemian Slugfest: Maxwell Bodenheim v. Joe Gould" - from Last Bohemians blog

from Last Bohemians
Dylan Foley

“Bohemian Slugfest: Maxwell Bodenheim v. Joe Gould”

After a horrible dress rehearsal of the Brecht play, He Who Says Yes and He Who Says No… 889 more words