Monthly Archives: July 2017

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Summer Evening

        I know some landscapes where Intensity comes late, And, deepening in light, Brings such an inner peace That floating by in the gold The world is half dissolved . . . […]

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News: People’s Choice

        I flow among echoing presences . . . a reflection erases me, I’m born in another . . . through arches of light I travel into the corridors of a diaphanous […]

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News: Opening Reception

    You don’t need to leave your room. Remain sitting at your table and listen. Don’t even listen, simply wait. . . . The world will freely offer itself to you . . . […]

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Fairy Cat

    Invariably she is dressed, or you might say costumed, in lavender or rose-colored crepe de Chine shadowy as the room from which she emerges, and this crumpled apparel is not redeemed by her […]

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Daphne (2000-2017)

  What do you think has become of the [animals we’ve loved]? . . . They are alive and well somewhere, The smallest sprout shows there is really no death . . .   All […]

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I Hear America

        “I hear America, I hear, what do I hear?” Said a loafer lagging along on the sidewalks of Kalamazoo, Lagging along and asking questions . . . “Do you make guitars […]