Monthly Archives: March 2020

Reading Clarel During the Pandemic

Reading Herman Melville’s Clarel, the longest poem written by an American, was a beautiful meditation for me, and did not take long. Melville’s prose is better than his poetry, although one could argue his prose is poetry. But the curious … Continue reading

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Wilhelm Reich in Lewisburg

Cows in the yardcorn in the shuckclit clat of Amish horses The sun rises and setson a dead treein a forgotten field The Susquehanna Riverflows cold and darkin the valley Boys roam White Deerwoods with gunsand girls play house This … Continue reading

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