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Each morning brings another revelation: another layer gone so much revealed; the veils you peel are winter’s hesitation: so snowy soft, so fine your goods concealed; each morning now I rise with expectation: the lusty blooms of spring are here … Continue reading

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[A casual reading of this piece may suggest that it is politically incorrect; in fact, it is, but not in the way it may at first appear to be. Each stanza is supposed to have four lines, but some of … Continue reading

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[I have been fascinated by drums for most of my life, particularly the highland drums, which are technically amazing and remarkable in their rhythms, which are more complex than anything else I have ever heard. Recently I have been reminded … Continue reading

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