Repetition in Performance

"Repetition" is a poem I've been working on for a little while. This is a freestyle version with Shannon Hoover on bass and Matt Dingledine on guitar. The gig at the Five Forks branch of the Greenville Public Library, back in April 2019, was sponsored by the library. They reached out to the Greenville Jazz Collective to provide a program of jazz and poetry, so then the GJC reached out to me for the poetry. I would still like to work on an arrangement for this piece, especially including some percussion, and then record it…

A Wild Visit

she announced herself in the early morning as if in a dream but wasn't satisfied with that. she wanted to be recognized and appreciated for who she was not a peacock and not a songbird either, calling for her mate with a quarrelsome unmistakable voice playing hide and seek between the garden and the rooftops.

In Between Past and Future

Last week when our new issue went live on March 26, 2008, some very strange things happened which brought the entire site down for a little while, and left it only semi-functional for a few days. Now, although we are fully functioning again, with a few little bugs, we are missing our entire last issue... Continue Reading →

Shy Beauty

Sometimes a real beauty doesn't want and can't stand all the attention the ooing and aahing and silly questions not worth answering preferring the quiet inaccessible places where appreciation is limited to those who seek out beauty for its own sake.

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