Michael Seidel, writer
Joni Mitchell wrote it, and sang it, but I remember the cover by CSN&Y.
The year of nineteen sixty-nine found me a budding thirteen year old rocking hippie wannabe living in a suburb of Pittsburgh, PA. 207 more words
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writing in north norfolk
I start to trace
the map of her face,
the contours of her cheeks,
pools of blue eyes,
her valleys and her peaks,
drawing from distant memories, 193 more words
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as I walk Toronto
Over the past few weeks I’ve seen a number of new pasteups of people – or at least they are new to me. The first three are ones that I spotted in Graffiti Alley yesterday. 133 more words
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Albums ranked on list: #1 Blue (Reprise, 1971) and #121 Hejira (Asylum, 1976).
Albums I own: Blue, Turbulent Indigo (1994), Both Sides Now (2000).
The first Joni Mitchell song that got to me was “ 214 more words
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The Moral Universe
Of all the reasons to find Donald Trump despicable this week, his dismissal of Guam as a possible target for North Korea is the highest on my list. 497 more words
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With orchestra. An older voice. Sigh…
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By Robyn Collins
Lorde and The 1975 frontman Matt Healy recently shared a fun Twitter exchange of Joni Mitchell’s lyrics.
Lorde Debuts ‘Perfect Places’ Music Video… 105 more words