Tag Archives: by Gary Beck

Read Poem: Self-Assertion, by Gary Beck

The desperate need to differentiate oneself from regular citizens was once done by wearing a social garment, zoot suits, pegged pants, motorcycle jackets, disheveled jeans. Social responsibilities changed. It was no longer sufficient to dress differently. Body art, piercing, gaudy … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Rough Flight, by Gary Beck

Migratory birds fly south for the winter to escape the cold, find good feeding grounds. Imagine their shock when they finally land in North Carolina and it’s so cold they just keep going until they reach Miami Beach that’s so … Continue reading

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