For The Man Who Practices His Saxophone In The Apartment Next Door Ignore the calls and complaints. Keep practicing Coltrane through the cold city night. Forget the wind advisory on the news, possible flooding on poorly drained streets, torrential … Continue reading
January Thaw Such richness! So many columns against the snow! The saplings; the silver birch by the pond; the white birch grove. Under stripped bark, their flesh shows bright yellow, gold. The trees do not blame or pray. … Continue reading
Steven L. Ablon has published four books of poems: Tornado Weather, (Mellen Press), 1993, Flying Over Tasmania, (Fithian Press), 1997, Blue Damsels, (Peter Randall Press), 2005, and Night Call (Plain View Press), 2011. His work has appeared in many magazines. He is … Continue reading
A philanthropist who made significant contributions to the Boston area, Mary Hemenway was born in New York City on December 20, 1820.