Archive for March, 2013

Open Road
Poem by
De Jackson

March 30, 2013

The numbers on the signs are all getting smaller burning in our headlights on this harsh and hazy highway. The cornstalks in the fields are all getting taller; hope hovers in their shadows as we brave this broken byway. The odometer says we’ve got a thousand miles to go and we pray there will be shelter when […]

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Idiosyncrasies of an Author
Poem by
William Ogden Haynes

March 29, 2013

The bedroom where Hemmingway wrote many of his greatest works was on the first floor of his house in the Havana suburb of San Francisco de Paula. The large windows faced eastward to catch the Cuban sunrise which shone on the white walls and ochre tiles. It illuminated a large desk, armoire and bookcases filled […]

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