Monthly Archives: February 2014


Another old poem, from a college class where we had to pick a painting and write to it. So I went into character. “Wheat” by Thomas Hart Benton This ain’t no oldy-moldy picture of Some holier than thou Madonna looking … Continue reading

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Tennessee Vintage Baseball

The Turning Point Blue versus gray, brother versus brother At Chickamauga and Vicksburg, she remained In the car, as I scoured the fields of battle, Closed my eyes and traced the flight of the cannonball Into the future Under a … Continue reading

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Me, Jude, Peter and his Auntie

Peter and his Auntie This past summer (2013), Jude and I went to the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville to see the three surviving Monkees  hop the first train to Clarksville and play a string of their deepest album cuts and … Continue reading

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