Monthly Archives: October 2017

That’s The Way The World Goes Round

  Virgil Would’ve Dug John Prine I sit behind this bar of Oriental design listening to clever lyrics of John Prine about a guy with muscles in his head that had never been used. Rather than practice law, Virgil instead … Continue reading

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Carnival Evening

Ekphrastic Poetry – A poet’s reaction to a work of art. Through the imaginative process the poet reflects on a painting or sculpture and narrates, free to amplify and expand its meaning. From the InsideOut Lansdowne Poetry Walk hosted by the … Continue reading

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Epitome

“You never slow down, you never grow old.” – Tom Petty, from Mary Jane’s Last Dance Tom Petty October 20, 1950 – October 2, 2017

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