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For Roscoe Holcomb, Vocals Banjo

Fifth poem for Mendocino Blues
This is about Roscoe Holcomb one of the most transcendental, high pitched, claw finger banjo and guitar players discovered by accident in the Kentucky hills. 40 more words

Poetry, Pubished Yes And No

Mendocino Blues

These are the first set of poems for a re-edited version with new poems, poems deleted and poems perfected. I hope you find something of the heart, the spirit in my poetry. 50 more words

Poetry, Pubished Yes And No

Love Song A.M.

In The Morning So Fair,
Towards My Love (w/classical guitar, osmanthus incense)
In the morning
you were fair
I felt towards you
this love
this day… 477 more words

Poetry, Pubished Yes And No

Coyote, Today the Sun Itself Howled and Yipped

This is a piano and High Lonesome vocal from a poem titled Coyote. You can find the poem itself here in Word Press. One my most frequently published and noted poems, so no doubt it will bring derision and repulsion here as it is FB, or it may be liked, I really don’t know. 117 more words

Music

Coyote Prince Today

Song from a poem I sent through dozens of rewrites. It became my most published poem, maybe; I stopped making notes on publications when it hit 600. 650 more words

Music

High Lonesome Sound of A Bad Son Trying to Be a Good Son

This is a simple yet complicated hillbilly kind of thing, High Lonesome if you will. I was surprised to find few knew the history of poetry, narrative, stories, singing around a fire, or just the singing that overlaps and develops through repitition and changes in pitch and range. 849 more words

Poetry, Pubished Yes And No