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City Limits #2 (Traces of Charlie)

(a seven-year follow-up to City Limits ) For Dickens, London was a magic lantern he’d stomp through the muddy streets, ten miles every night watching the faces, reading the names on the gravestones hearing the voice of Mrs. Gamp prattling … Continue reading

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One Face in the Moon, Another Among the Trees

I always felt like sestinas were poems only written as assignments; writing one is more like putting a puzzle together than writing a poem. But all good poetry has some puzzle-solving going on in it. Here’s one I did some … Continue reading

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