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Old Coppers Never Die ...

… with any luck, they live on into an easeful retirement … Look at Charlie Resnick, for instance, in the final scene of my dramatisation of… 404 more words

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I found peace beneath your deep brown eyes

A safe place to unclothe my lies

I found a friend just underneath your ribs

A heart that saw past my swaying hips… 103 more words


Album Review: Shape of the Sun – Lonely Lungs EP

Shape of the Sun releases Lonely Lungs – the second EP in the three-part body of work.

​Shape of the Sun is the brainchild of Nate Linek – an obsessive-compulsive independent rock/pop musician – who single-handedly writes, records and performs a brand of compelling alt/rock out of Columbus, Ohio. 282 more words


Lonely arts club

The world beside everyday life
Parallel, Pointing to that lying 
Disillusioned not, nor resigned
To plebeian life itself 
Disenchanted with, chafing 
Mundane perceptions limits. 35 more words


True Crime Corner: The Lonely Hearts Killers

As long as people have been looking for love, there have been unscrupulous people willing to take advantage of them. The 1940s saw a couple prey on such vulnerable individuals, beginning in 1947. 942 more words



Is it where the grass is green, but not too green?

Where the cows and cocks wake you up before dawn?

Where Mum sings Amazing Grace every day? 177 more words


"Lonely Hearts": Resnick at the Beginning

A quick check on AbeBooks.com suggests that copies of the Viking Press, 1979, first edition of Lonely Hearts, in fine to very fine condition, signed, can be snapped up for between $350 and $450. 521 more words

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