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What I see About My World

Verses of Change

  We’ve lost our art. Oh, we may argue about it. But we look at the world around us. We look at the world inside us. We know art’s gone. And we’re not sad. Part of what it means to … Continue reading

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Genesis

My great-grandfather emigrated from Switzerland to New York. He moved his family to Chicago, where he drank on the streets to the scorn of the crowd. My grandfather swore off the booze. He moved his family to Indiana, where he … Continue reading

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