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I CAME TO THE CITY, PART 6; EVERYTHING COMES AND GOES

Part I…

Everything comes and goes,

you can’t court without a spark
but nothing lasts as long
as that first light, that first night,
already fading before the morning… 472 more words

Poetry

I CAME TO THE CITY, PART 5; COULD HAVE BEEN MORE

We held hands over hearts
housed in other folds, ink
had tipped another name
into your flesh as we fell
into holds, harbouring no more… 315 more words

Poetry

I CAME TO THE CITY, PART 4; BOY SO BLUE

Sitting in a park
in Paris, France
as kids climb trees
they’ll soon outgrow
and birds busy
their feathers in a dance
of freedom we’ll never know. 266 more words

Poetry

‘I am on a lonely road and I am traveling
Looking for the key to set me free
Oh the jealousy, the greed is the unraveling…

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The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography

It is rather fitting that Errol Morris’ most gentle film to date focuses on a photographer who has no interest in taking unhappy photos. His latest work… 414 more words

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Both Sides Now, Live: Judy Collins

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Even if you well remember the Judy Collins version of this Joni Mitchell penned classic, stay until the end of this live 1987 performance by Collins and be prepared to be blown away. 6 more words

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