This episode is based on a blog article by the American author and documentarian whose name is pronounced, Ah-bear-zhah-nee, and spelled A-b-e-r-j-h-a-n-i. The following are in his words: Writers, poets, and artists often draw creative inspiration from each other in ways that produce memorable moments. Such was the case in 2012, when Death of a … More 2023 Flight of the Midnight Skylark in a Jazz Suite Mode
What would you call it if you heard about an artist who had been declared legally blind and whose heart had lost the greater percentage of its strength but whom somehow continued to produce masterful paintings in brilliantly-colored detail? The word miracle may not be too extreme at all and it certainly should not … More The Miracle That Was Gullah Artist Allen Fireall: Poem and Remembrance
Varieties of angels, like varieties of love, are many. It is therefore not too surprising that the angelic imagery utilized to help celebrate Valentine’s Day tends to range from innocent blushing cherubs to winged beauties swagged out in erotic creations worthy of placement in a Victoria’s Secret catalog. Valentine’s Day itself, like most holidays … More Angel of Valentine Days and Nights: Editorial with Poem
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