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Putting this past summer in perspective, as I look back, I see that it has become an era. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | January 2020
I should have walked right past but something winked/From just beyond the road | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | December 2019
It serves as a gateway to all that is pastoral, a citadel on a line of demarcation which separates refineries, factories and, box stores, from woodlands, and an ease of mind which comes in such environs. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | November 2019
One thing he never abandoned was his blue-collar origins. Eddie changed his name and even that was done with self-deprecation as money was something he rarely had starting out | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | October 2019
A Black man at the patrician-sounding Polo Grounds was watched and marveled at by an integrated audience sitting shoulder to shoulder on wooden planks. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | September 2019
For a while I was secure, firmly fixed in the strength of summer: On the beach I�d contemplate blue; in the mountains I had Green to think about.� But let�s face it: summer�s through, That beauty queen�s been done. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | August 2019
It began enriching the world on April 13, 1981�a Monday, no less. Billy Squier�s second album would go on to Triple Platinum status, embedded in various categories of the charts for 111 weeks. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | July 2019
Since the Old Sod sojourn involving much Guinness and Irish whiskey, we�ve kept exclusively to the Continent, visiting only winemaking countries with France in the lead, Italy a close second, and Spain in third place.. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | June 2019
It�s not a stinging regret, but sometimes I feel a guilt pang. And once in a rare while, given the right blend of melancholy and Margaux, I feel like Rutger Hauer as replicant Roy Batty at the end of Blade Runner describing to an astonished and utterly helpless Harrison Ford (as Deckard, Batty�s would-be executioner) the cruel evanescence of so many majestic apprehensions of rare reality.. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | May 2019
Musicians enjoy talking to each other in their works, either through melodic or lyrical nods�little tips of the cap by way of working in a notable riff by a fellow artist or just an outright mention of the person or group. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | April 2019
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