Monthly Archives: March 2019

March 4 – Joy Harjo – – “she had some horses”

Monday, March 4 “She had some horses she loved. She had some horses she hated.” Joy Harjo’s “She had some horses” has become a signature early poem in her increasingly powerful body of work – poetry, memoirs, music.   I haven’t … Continue reading

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March 1 – Madonna of the Subway – Jim Janda

Friday,  March 1 “neither earth nor heart lies scarred with your passing,” “March comes in like a lion but goes out like a lamb”  a saying meant, perhaps, to encourage refugees from February to believe in daffodils and tulips and … Continue reading

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