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The Dance of Life, the Dance of Love—and those Ups and Downs.

My childhood playground? Funny you should ask. My father owned an eleven-story office tower in Raleigh, NC. Naturally, it had elevators, and the elevators were hands down my very favorite things in that building. In the early 1960s the old … Continue reading

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Ending or Beginning? No matter. Life is circular.

The trip began very close to its end, on Fulton Street.

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A short verse for Mr. Roland Caldwell, who tends the bar at Lillie’s Times Square

It was on the 20th of January that Lillie’s Victorian Establishment—on West 49th Street on the blessed Isle of Manhattan—found me.

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