Photo and a Poem: September 20, 2019

September 20, 2019Photo by Jamie Demetriou A Poem by Jamie Demetriou Another dawn Another low tide Another day of lobstering Yet today is different It’s crisper Less noisy There is ease in my daily maneuvers The side streets giveaway to a garden overlooking the...

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Photo and a Poem: September 13, 2019

September 13, 2019Photo by Eileen Kennedy Song of the Paddlers [excerpt]A Poem by Herman Melville Dip, dip, in the brine our paddles dip, Dip, dip, the fins of our swimming ship! How the waters part, As on we dart; Our sharp prows fly, And curl on high, As the upright...

Photo and a Poem: September 6, 2019

September 6, 2019Photo by Jan Kruse VirgoA Poem by Jack Wesdorp There’s the double-wanded one,quare subtle with electrons,felicitous with thought forms,ubiquitous as a horn.We are children of her womb,the cloth woven on her loom,the measure of her lament,she’s the...