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Stevieslaw: New York City, 1968

My poem, NYC-1968 just appeared in issue 23 of Misfit Magazine.  Here is the poem: New York City, 1968 I When last we met we sat on a stone bench in Central Park. Frost had put paid to summer and … Continue reading

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Stevieslaw: What Bobby Told Us.

What Bobby Told Us. There is a school of thought that would have you drink a cold drink in the cold to warm you up, drink a hot drink in the heat to cool you down,  and play some serious … Continue reading

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Stevieslaw: The Meaning of Trump’s Covfefe

Stevieslaw: Trump’s Covfefe Contrary to Donald Trump’s assertion, covfefe was not the first word invented or promoted by a President, nor is it likely to be the most bigly or huge ever. Harding gave us “normalcy,” Lincoln “Michigander,” Washington “moment” … Continue reading

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Stevieslaw: A guest appearance by songwriter Randy Newman

  “I think it’s going to rain today,” written by Randy Newman in 1968–the year of Tet, and the assassinations of  Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy. It popped into my head last  night–with Judy Collins singing, although it was … Continue reading

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