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He came to prominence when America was making major discoveries about the nature of its cultural life. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine -December 2016
If people enjoy poetry at all it�s because of modern troubadours�and none greater than Bob Dylan. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine - November 2016
Iits haunting echo-like lines and repeated syllables evocative of a dreary wind, is a marvel of musical effect. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine - January 2017
On this day/the backhoe/that will dig my grave/was assembled | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine - Fenruary 2017
I�m fond of pointing out that prose is like beer, but poetry is like whiskey�condensed, distilled, and plenty heady. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine - April 2017
Regardless of where any of us stand on the political spectrum, we have to acknowledge the fact that our President is a madman. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine - March 2017
it�s an example of the disservice ossified Classic Rock stations do to music and listeners alike. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine - October 2016
War is the abject failure of human beings to summon their humanity. It is obscene. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine - Septembert 2016
He thought during those times it felt as if it happened to someone else. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine - April 2016
It promotes a philosophy, as well as the vigorous tapping of feet: get out there and live, firsthand, exuberantly, face-to-face. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine - March 2016
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