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Chris Vitiello said…
Outstanding, my friend. You're really hitting your stride in this poem. It sounds like you're just living in the flow of the writing of it. It's coming easier?

I'm jumping on the audioblog bandwagon myself---you get a big you-da-man from me for hipping me to it.
postpran said…
thanks Chris. Yes, living in the writing of it. Bruce Andrews (and others) idea of concentric circles rather than 2,000 leagues under. Spreading a wide net rather than deep diving.

Looking forward to your audioblogs.

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