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Ringaround Arosie (after the sculpture by Eva Hesse) – Harriet Levin

This poem and many others were triggered by the exhibition “Eva Hesse Sculpture,” May 12-September 17, 2006, The Jewish Museum, New York. “Ringaround Arosie” “Ishtar,” “Hang-Up,” “Chain Polymers” “Ink Wash on Cardboard” “Just Before” “Contingent” “Laocoon” “Up the Down Road” “Eighter from Decatur” and “Oomamabooma” are titles of works by Eva Hesse. … Read More...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & THANKS, WALT!

A few years ago, I was privileged to read at the Something Old, Something New (Jersey) 350th birthday celebration at the Hoboken Historical Museum. Curated by CavanKerry poets, Teresa Carson and Danny Shot, the program included several contemporary poets reading the work of one of New Jersey’s great poetry masters—William Carlos Williams, Walt … Read More...

Sarah Sousa elaborates…

You Are Not Grass The last wild passenger pigeon was named Buttons because the mother of the boy who shot it, stuffed the bird and sewed black buttons for eyes. People with Ekbom Syndrome imagine they’re infested with mites. It’s possible the entire Buttons … Read More...

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