Photo and a Poem: January 25, 2019

January 25, 2019Photo by Melanie Black For the Late Poet Mary OliverA Poem by Julia L. Perry Poets help us to see the world we walk through.We are so busy with our lives that without their eyes we would not see.They see the beauty, the connection, the subtleties of...

Photo and a Poem: January 18, 2019

January 18, 2019Photo by Stephen Borkowski AgingA Poem by Mark S. Peel Old friends who can no longer stoop,The best you can have in any close group,Can recall the old games,Not necessarily namesAs chins, bellies and memories all droop.They believe he who lies the...

Provincetown Photo and a Poem: November 9, 2018

November 9, 2018 Photo by Louis Kozma Alone I Tumbled A Poem by Corinne Diana Alone I tumbled on the stage, Leapt cartwheels up and down- Alone I tumbled, slipped and slid Like Emmett Kelly’s clown. An arabesque, a tortured pose And then a crumpled ball- Contorting...

Provincetown History in Photos: May 30, 2018

A photograph of an art class on the beach believed to be taken in the late 1920’s. A typical scene in Provincetown – America’s first Art Colony, in the beginning of the 20th century. Loaned to the Provincetown History Project by Stephen...

Provincetown Photo and a Poem: January 26, 2018

January 26, 2018 Photo by Brittany Taylor The rest of winter A Poem by Hilde Oleson I heard the moss laugh as I passed it. It whispered to the wind as it traveled. “Let her think she will tell her secrets, That we will give her some answers. She doesn’t know winter is...