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November 25, “Rachael First Saw Jim Dine’s Smoking” from NOVEMBER: A Poem in 30 Days

  Rachael First Saw Jim Dine’s Smoking   jacket on a late autumn Sunday, in the first chill of the season she recalls her father in it, Burnt Sienna, dressed for coffee and toast as he studies football scores in … Continue reading

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The Balm of Synchronicity

Events just may be grouped by their meaning. Saturday morning, January 23, en route to Dayton, Ohio, to the campus of the University of Dayton.  My friend, the co-worker to whom I report, lost his 22-year-old son, a senior at UD.  … Continue reading

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