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“Love Poem” by Donald Hall

When you fall in love, you jockey your horse into the flaming barn. You hire a cabin on the shiny Titanic. You tease the black bear. Reading the Monitor, you scan the obituaries looking for your name. xxxxxxxx “Love Poem” by Donald … Continue reading

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The Things by Donald Hall

When I walk in my house I see pictures, bought long ago, framed and hanging — de Kooning, Arp, Laurencin, Henry Moore — that I’ve cherished and stared at for years, yet my eyes keep returning to the masters of … Continue reading

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