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Fired Works

There is a brilliant, sad and powerful poem by Yehuda Amichai, the Israeli poet who should have been a Nobel-winner, with these lines: Once a great love cut my life in two. The first part goes on twisting at some … Continue reading

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Poem to (a)Muse

I was recently reminded that the cello is my favorite string instrument. It is, by far, the sexiest and the most sensual – aurally and visually – of the string instruments. As it has so many voices – wise, playful, … Continue reading

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