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Chronicle of the Wind-Down Bird

Chronicle of the Wind-Down Bird

September brings us new poetry by Ali Zaidi, A. J. Huffman and Raymond Farr. Returning champ, Donal Mahoney, writes about the well-springs of art. *     *     *     *     * How does one’s health impact writing, reading and making art in general? How does it derail or derange one’s sense of priorities and connection with life’s mission? I am certainly not alone in thinking about such things in moments such as these, when faced with certain severe alterations to the norm….

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Raymond Farr: Love and Ennui

Raymond Farr: Love and Ennui

Our Love   The photo of you reading, as a child on the east side of the willow, is not enough anymore—a mint on the tongue in the horrors of evening! But what do we stand for if not correlations? We are being snubbed out. We are glam-ing it down. We are starved for each other. Are you that indifferent to what we’ve become? Our lives are a nightmare always coming to life. Too much “me” in the mirror. &…

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