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Poem by Robert Gibbons

The Fireplace Tongs

On occasion, the fact that something gets lost

forces one to value it all the more. Tongs I found

in ashes of fireplace in ruins of the cottage, 190 more words

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Poetry by Robert Gibbons

Without the Twin

I’m camped out around the Paleo fire.

All my irons in it, when one half-second

after I want to ask her if she’s seen the gold- 179 more words

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Local roundup: Peters leads locals at golf state meet

Franklin D. Roosevelt High School’s Jeffrey Peters carded a 7-over-par 71 during the first round of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association boys golf tournament Sunday, held at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course at Cornell University. 290 more words

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Local roundup: Arlington rows to championships

The Arlington High School boys and girls each took Class A team trophies at the Hudson Valley Rowing League championship regatta, held Saturday on the Hudson River in Poughkeepsie, while Poughkeepsie won the Class B girls title, and Suffern won the Class B boys crown. 319 more words

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DeStefano tournament gives golfers a chance

Terry McGinnis has arthritic hands, causing him pain that recently necessitated a cortisone shot. That is in addition to his surgically-repaired rotator cuff.

These are some of the costs of playing competitive golf at an advanced age. 709 more words

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New Poem by Robert Gibbons

On the Afternoon in the Aftermath of the Root Canal up in Lewiston

The root of the matter is crucial.

Even in as simple thing as a tooth. 159 more words

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Poem by Robert Gibbons

Cape Ann Shore. Carl Peters (1897-1980)

When the Gentleness Arrived

I don’t know when the gentleness arrived.

It could have been that day way out on the peninsula… 148 more words

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