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Poem, where will you go?

Poem, where will you go? The reddish leaves fall, meeting the first frost the way noun meets verb, neither on tree nor ground but somewhere in between, the moment of mystery in which all fates collide. Poem, you will soar … Continue reading

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Gone

Gone for Rumer Godden Every day I walk past the heaving bookcase, choose something to discard. Yesterday, a handful by a British author who wrote of childhood in colonial India, hardbacks I’d bought three decades ago for a dollar each, … Continue reading

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Turnings

Turnings The other day on the train I heard a forgotten noise two seats ahead and looked up to see a man in an overcoat holding a newspaper, turning the pages with that soft crinkly whisper some of us remember. … Continue reading

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