Tag Archives: Les Fleurs du Mal

With Love & Hate for My February Muse

It’s mid-February. ┬áIt’s the dead point of the year, when roots and energy have retracted and nature is nearly still. People who fight back do Florida. Yoga. Extreme sports. Instead of resisting, I’m turning inward. I’m writing poems. That doesn’t … Continue reading

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David Bowie, La Fleur du Mal

Celebrity fades fast – some have clocked it as 15 minutes – so the fact that David Bowie turns out to be so enduring is fascinating. There are two powerfully linked ideas. Bowie (and his alienated stage personas) was an … Continue reading

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