Yggdrasil’s Nuts

Richie put down his notebook and laid back beneath a giant Ash tree on the bank of Urd Creek. It was somewhere on county land, maybe State land. Didn't matter. Old pickups hauling rusty toolage and tanned workmen swayed down the dirt road, kicking up brown dust and sending gravel into the stubby grass that... Continue Reading →

A Dharma Bum at the Wall of Fire

It was the five o'clock line, that place, that fuzzy magic place where night blurs into morning, where afternoon blurs into evening. Anyway, it was all a blur. I looked up and saw the moon, the magic fuzzy moon, sitting still like a ghost stuck somewhere in the faint blue of the sky. I was... Continue Reading →

Weekends with Whitman — Calamus

Calamus is a thematic break from earlier sections of Leaves of Grass, in that it focuses on Whitman's feelings of companionship with other men. Racial minorities, women, and children are scarcely mentioned in this section, as the poet concentrates on his feelings about friendship and romantic encounters between men. He also brings up his age... Continue Reading →

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