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Monday poem

I rarely do two poems by the same poet in a row, but I came across this poem from James Galvin’s latest book and really like it. Wildlife Management I All the trees kept their own counsel without any wind to … Continue reading

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Americanathon

I thought this poem by James Galvin would be appropriate for today. Americanathon WAITING FOR THE NEW ice age to come along Like a dawdling child from a previous eon, Waiting for the homeless man to go on home With … Continue reading

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Poetry Monday

Even though it’s a holiday, it’s still Monday. Larry doesn’t like holidays now that he’s retired. There’s no mail. Things are closed. Too many people everywhere. They should be at work, he thinks. Another very plain speaking person is James … Continue reading

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