Cordelia and My Ears
Grief – the thing that rips away all armor and turns the body
into nothing more than a bare nerve ending. Why would
evolution ever select for such a thing?.
Silver and Gold
There, that ought to do it.
Now wave goodbye to anguished 2022 and smile hopefully at
2023, asking… What's New?.
Arthur Danin Adler
So I missed my narc zoom tonight. I had been thinking about it
and had it on my calendar but cruised straight through. It was
7:30 before I remembered, so too late.
I feel constrained (or liberated) in discovering some cosmic
truth about time through the lens of various songwriters –
usually in the span of three minutes.
100 Years in the Waste Land
Possibly the most famous—for some, notorious—English poem
of the 20th century was published in October 1922.
T.S. Eliot's "The Waste Land".
This rail route to Rabbits Island held one more challenge, one
more dose of maximum adventure. Just as trains roll over
trestles, they sometimes roar through tunnels.
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