Year: 2021

  • Your Honor

    Sometimes we walk barefoot into the forest even though there are snakes in the leaves and sometimes some people still call you “your honor” but we know there’s no honor among thieves In the haze of our days when memory falters and the nights hide the loneliest sins We will carry our sacrifice up to […]

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  • The Porch

    Even the birds seem to know This morning has a promise Soft blindfold of night falls away This is the time when light Shows everything just as you dreamed it would be Tomorrow has come around Carried on a breeze light enough To float away memories

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  • Charlie Watts

    This one hit pretty hard. It was unexpected, for one thing, and for another he was one of the founding fathers of my musical development. After The Beatles, there were The Stones, as every schoolboy knows. The Stones were bluesier, dirtier, nastier, and a lot rougher around those edges that the Beatles had smoothed down […]

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  • Adirondacks

    The Adirondack Park contains 30,000 miles of rivers and streams. Laid end to end, they would circle the Earth at its equator with thousands of miles to spare. A few days ago I found myself floating in one of them. It is a good place to let the water have its way with you. Or […]

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  • Adirondack

    The word Adirondack is believed to come from a Mohawk word that means “eater of trees.” The park that bears its name covers over 6 million acres of land and has over 10,000 lakes within it, which breaks down to roughly one lake for every 13 year-round residents. In 1892, the park was established by […]

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