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Friday Poem

Forever Yours He trudged into the desert, taking almost nothing with him but water and a ghost- ly old photo of a lady beside the ocean. That first night, he lay above a dry creek bed. Below, he heard vipers moving through the sand with a side-winding motion, and he did not sleep. He’d grown…

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Spring

A reader reminded me that spring has just begun, and that in turn reminded me of a peculiar poem I’ve always liked, by Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950), whose poetry is wildly erratic. This is Edna St. Vincent Millay at her best: Spring To what purpose, April, do you return again? Beauty is not enough.…

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I Want To Feel The Heat With Somebody

This holiday season, buy your loved ones the book that will change their lives for the better (just when they thought it couldn’t get any better): Amazon Barnes & Noble

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Breaking: More And More Unto The Perfect Day On Kindle And Nook

Breaking: The book that will change your life for the better — just when you thought it couldn’t get any better — is right in time for the holidays: Kindle Nook Tell the world what you think: write a review.

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