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All Work and No Play….

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About a week or so ago, a friend and I took a walk around the main trail of whatever park lies at the north end of Falls Rd. As it was the weekend, most… Continue reading

Draw a Circle

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I am not a math person . . . which may or may not be apparent as my chosen trajectory in life is “poet”, and of the flavors of math i encountered during… Continue reading

the nature of things

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This past May, the newest batch of graduates ended their tenure at University of Baltimore’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and Publishing Arts program, each with an MFA and published collection… Continue reading

small moments in a café

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A few days ago, i celebrated my one year anniversary…..of writing haiku. Of all the forms of poetry i’ve come across, haiku feel the best fit with how i think/art, though i recently… Continue reading

Brief Observations

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Shortly before the advent of the summer here in Baltimore, i fell in love with haiku. And i mean giddy, half-an-hour-long-hugs type of love. By throwing myself at as much haiku i could… Continue reading