Daily Archives: December 1, 2021

Morning Musings — Annette Rochelle Aben

It snowed again, overnight Eager eyes basked in the sight Of frosted branches and ground Squirrels scurrying around Hunting food with all their might ©2021 Annette Rochelle Aben Morning Musings — Annette Rochelle Aben

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David Bruce: Boredom is Anti-Life — Parties, Poetry and Poets, Practical Jokes, Prejudice

Parties • Sometimes, young people don’t appreciate when they are surrounded by genius — although they do appreciate it later. Felia Doubrovska danced in Sergei Diaghilev’s ballet company, where she worked with and was surrounded by people such as Bronislavka Nijinsky, … Continue reading

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Music Recommendation: Liar’s Trial — “I’m Too Lonesome (To Play Those Lonesome Songs)”

BRUCE’S RECOMMENDATION OF BANDCAMP MUSIC Music: “I’m Too Lonesome (To Play Those Lonesome Songs)” Album: FRIENDS IN NO PLACES Artist: Liar’s Trial Artist Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin Info: “Crossing the genres of classic country-western and old-school rock and roll, Liar’s Trial … Continue reading

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