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Summer fades its burn leaving room for rain dancing & the calling forth of winter but autumn will have its day short long night gold leaves falling on a transitioning a going to be reordered so autumn resembles an evening … Continue reading

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Seven of One, Five of the Other: Half way through August Wilson’s Century Cycle

Wilson is a bluesologist and we are blues people. Avotcja Jiltonilro explained to me once that the blues as we know it actually evolved from praise music not from the angst of the American experience as we have been taught. It is our song. Our ever overstanding of the beauty and majesty inherent in life and our heart’s determination to continue beating. Continue reading

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