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Afternoon Poem #2, March 28, 2017

  Now the fool’s spring has passed Those jonquils and azaleas, Those plum trees bred in the south Have blossomed, gold, crimson, and white And died in the frigid nights That the oaks knew were yet to come   . … Continue reading

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Old Bridge at The Forks of Coal River

This walking bridge was built by the Oregonia Bridge Company out of Lebanon, Ohio in nineteen-twenty. There are two bridges here at the forks of Coal River.  The one you see here crosses the Little Coal River and the other, … Continue reading

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Afternoon Post, February 24

I’ve mentioned this before on this blog, but I am writing another novel.  The working title is “Out In The Country” and the theme or subject of the book is fatherhood – particularly fathers and sons.  I’ve put up every … Continue reading

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Evening Post, October 18, 2015

Here is a new installment to a story I started blogging here back in June.  If you’re interested, you can scroll back and find the other five or six posts. The boy hoped and knew that his father would go … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, April 27, 2015

(This came to me last night.  It should have been included in the poem I posted last night called “Late-Night Poem.”  But here it is.  I’ll put bothparts together and repost the whole thing later.)   He knew this one … Continue reading

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