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Huelga

Fields near King City

The Pandemic is awful, but avoiding it affords time to revisit older writings. I went back thirty years and worked on a couple of rough drafts. Spillwords kindly published the poem that resulted. Here’s the link:

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Saunter on by!

hoi-an-comes-alive-at

I thank editor Jayne Jaudon for including my “Another Dance Tonight” in Your Daily Poem. We could all use some music and some golden lanterns about now.

http://www.yourdailypoem.com/listpoem.jsp?poem_id=3376

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Song for all Seasons

Artist – Andrea Clarkson

 I’ve played in orchestras for more than sixty years now and I remain in awe of string players, especially cellists. I wrote a small poem recently inspired by my decades of admiration for the instrument and the wonderful people who play it. I thank editor Jayne Jaudon for including it in Your Daily Poem.

http://www.yourdailypoem.com/listpoem.jsp?poem_id=3327

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A Poem in Praxis

Photo by Mohamed Hassan

Praxis Magazine is an elegant journal of contemporary thought and literature. I thank Praxis editors for including a recent poem of mine in their publication. Here’s a link:

http://www.praxismagonline.com/two-degrees-centigrade-by-robert-walton/

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