Monthly Archives: October 2018

DAY OF THE GIRL

I saw on the TV that today is: THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL. Don’t know who decided that, but that’s OK. It sounds impressive. In my early school days girls had long hair and wore dresses and jump-roped. Their … Continue reading

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A COUPLE OF WIRES

The other day when I saw some wires strung between polls my mind, quite suddenly turned the wires into ropes and continued the turning until before me was a clothesline which stood at eve level and I was wrestling a … Continue reading

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FINDING A POEM

Sometimes he must stretch – must stand on tiptoes as he seeks to find what he has found so many times before: a poem — because he knows that somewhere up there there’s a residue of words that he must … Continue reading

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THE ROCK

There is a rock in CT on the edge of the Long Island Sound that gets covered when the tide is up and yields its water whenever the tide goes out. It Is a great place from which kids jump … Continue reading

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