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“Shades of ‘Sammy'”

(Over at dVerse, Victoria recommends the use of active verbs.) I open-close the door to the dive on 29th Street and head-to-toe the crowd that’s swinging-and-swaying on the dance floor. My eye digitizes Izzy Cronin, my go-to guy. I slip-slide through … Continue reading

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“Lost Opportunity”

(Copyright Rochelle Wisoff-Fields) I’m sittin’ at the bar, eatin’ peanuts and listenin’ to Jackson as he tickles the eighty-eights, when this broad enters stage right. This ain’t no ordinary babe. Face of an angel (with experience), hair like a halo … Continue reading

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“Missing You”

I just smelled a smell It reminded me of you Feelings rose again Remnants of a love once true. I just heard a song Happy words of happy days Filled with parties, trips Orchestra, ballet and plays. I just touched … Continue reading

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