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Stalin As Linguist by Tom Clark Dispatches from the Poetry Wars

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Vitro Nasu » Blog Archive » RIP Tom Clark, Poet, Biographer & Beyond the Pale Blogger

Tom Clark, 2010. Poet – photo by John Sarsgard Source: Vitro Nasu » Blog Archive » RIP Tom Clark, Poet, Biographer & Beyond the Pale Blogger[ READ MORE ]

Tom Clark – Poet, March 1, 1941 – August 18, 2018  | Academy of American Poets

Photo credit: Mark Gould Source: Tom Clark – Poet | Academy of American Poets   Tom Clark, renowned poet and biographer, dies in Berkeley crash Poet Tom Clark, who died after a traffic collision in North Berkeley on Friday, Aug. 17, 2018. The Berkeley man who died after being struck by a car while crossing [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

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DSC_2252-1: photo by Bronfer, 29 April 2018 Beyond the Pale Source: TOM [ READ MORE ]

TOM CLARK: Under Cassiopeia | The mystery of the missing international friendship tree | Realism (There’s all of everything still)

L1200367-sokolovo2017 | Near Sokolovo villlage, Arkhangelsk region, Russia 2017: photo by Emil Gataullin, 17 February 2018 Source: TOM CLARK: Under Cassiopeia | The mystery of the missing international friendship tree | Realism (There’s all of everything still)[ READ MORE ]

TOM CLARK: Jorge Luis Borges: La otra muerte (The other death) | Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Past

  [Provincia de Buenos Aires]: photo by . Lautaro Garcia ., January 2016   [Provincia de Buenos Aires]: photo by . Lautaro Garcia ., January 2016 Source: TOM CLARK: Jorge Luis Borges: La otra muerte (The other death) | Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Past[ READ MORE ]

TOM CLARK: every particle of life is a reverie

  2018-53 | Sonoma Coast, CA: photo by biosfear, 15 March 2018 Source: TOM CLARK: every particle of life is a reverie[ READ MORE ]

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Eyes should be washed, we should see things in another way. Words should be washed. A word in itself should be the wind, a word in itself should be the rain. Sohrab Sepehri (1928-1980): from The Footsteps of Water, 1965   Beyond the Pale Source: TOM [ READ MORE ]

Grasses by Tom Clark at Tom Clark Beyond the Pale

The big bluestem has roots six feet deep. Indian grass grows with the bluestem; switchgrass also ripples there in the wind. Going west you get less rain: the little bluestem grows waist high, and so does the side oats grama, and the bearded needlegrass. Further west, the short grass of the Plains grows: the blue [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Tom Clark – Beyond the Pale – THURSDAY, 16 NOVEMBER 2017 YOU / coexistence

_DSC0831: photo by noppadol maitreechit, 23 April 2016   YOU (I)  The door behind me was you and the radiance, there like an electric train wreck in your eye after a horrible evening of waiting outside places in the rain for you to come only to find all of them, two I know, the rest [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

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