Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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Paintings in a Small Town Gallery

try to keep a brave face: competently painted roses, inoffensive streams and mountains, harmless pitchers and eager-to-please fruit bowls tremble in the window, insisting that with just a shift of Art World winds they could be hanging in the Louvre or selling for 4.3 million or sitting in someone‚Äôs attic waiting to be discovered.     Gary Charles Wilkens received his PhD in Literature/Creative Writing from The University of Southern […]

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