Monthly Archives: March 2017

Eccentric Genius – Synonyms

“What am I in the eyes of most people — a nonentity, an eccentric, or an unpleasant person — somebody who has no position in society and will never have; in short, the lowest of the low. All right, then … Continue reading

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Ekphrastic Poetry

“When we get more houses than we can live in, more cars than we can ride in, more food than we can eat ourselves, the only way of getting richer is by cutting off those who don’t have enough.” – … Continue reading

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Immutably Whimsical Tony Hoagland

Poet Tony Hoagland can make you laugh as easily as he can make you cry, but mostly his poetry makes me laugh. Hoagland’s work has been described as zany, wisecracking and disarming, his words shed light on an oblique perspective on everyday life he finds absurdity … Continue reading

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GOP & Healthcare – Shamed Into Action

  The Enablers 438 Days to Mid-term Elections The Republicans care about Healthcare as much as Alac Baldwin cares about the President’s criticism of his impersonations of him on SNL. In other words—they don’t! The record is clear that they … Continue reading

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Ageless

“People don’t use their creativity as they get older. They think this is supposed to be the end of this and the end of that. But you can’t always be so sure that it is the end.” – Anne Porter … Continue reading

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Assault On The Arts

The National Gallery of Art opened on Saint Patrick’s Day in 1941. In the dedication speech on opening day President Roosevelt said, “To accept this work today is to assert the purpose of the people of America — that the freedom of the … Continue reading

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