- Steve Mork, vocals, jug, bass, in the PH PHactor Jug Band. Photo taken by Herb Greene at the wall in Herb’s studio. This photo is part of the band’s archive.
- For Lois Who Read Me The Li-Young Lee Poem
- Barefoot John Hendricks in Bearskin Coat
- Ben Klein’s book creates a link between the then and the now.
- Zero Degrees of Certainty
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Category Archives: Musings
Steve Mork, vocals, jug, bass, in the PH PHactor Jug Band. Photo taken by Herb Greene at the wall in Herb’s studio. This photo is part of the band’s archive.
Girl magnet, musician, farm boy, literature major, veteran of the US Army, vagabond, taxi driver, gregarious, well-loved, divorced, re-married twice, at least three kids and many g-kids. My friend, lover, playmate, housemate, funny, easy-going, hard-working. I was lucky to have … Continue reading
by Merimee Moffitt That bright day toronjas not lemonade fifty cents each, large and lumpy picked from a Grandpa’s yard in Arizona bursting with sweetness out of this world. Remember the Hood River peaches hanging over the fence? We rollicked … Continue reading
Merimee’s stories slip readers into the times that were “a changing,” the time between beatniks and hippies and then some. The settings follow a winding path from San Francisco to New York City and back to the farm factories in … Continue reading
Valentine’s Day Feb. 14, 2016 My mind is trying to find an in on “dependable sweater” Maybe she means one that doesn’t disappear for days and not even apologize One that never unravels when your parents are visiting Too … Continue reading
For Felix Kumi, school bus driver, killed by police gunfire August 29, 2015 by Merimée Moffitt Bedford Ave, Beekman Ave. and 3rd Street understood Felix who in turn understood the danger as he slowed his steps, heading home on Friday … Continue reading
We headed south at Counselors, NM, 17 miles west of Cuba the quiet red rock, pastoral beauty Rains have turned Navajo land green, but off the highway, fracking for oil is everywhere, even in the velvety, hut-like hills Di-né … Continue reading