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The old cliché says “Earth Day everyday,” but in a sense it might be true. I’m old enough to remember the original Earth Day celebrations on campus, and the week in April 1992 when I gave four public poetry readings centered … Continue reading

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More Than Fish, Alone

Back in the day when I read poetry to the public and published lots of stuff in magazines and in books, I had a small but certain following of people who, for the most part, haven’t followed my transition over … Continue reading

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A Short Walk on the Longest Trail

Human nature being what it is, we sometimes ignore the valuable resource right before our eyes while gazing at greener pastures out around the bend. Sadly, I’ve pretty much ignored America’s longest foot path even though it passes my backyard … Continue reading

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Leeks and Lilacs, Down

I knew the Earth Day storm was coming. I didn’t fish, oddly enough. It was chill and drizzly most of the day. I had minor tasks to complete at home. A “Nor’easter” was blowing toward the state. By morning there … Continue reading

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