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The Bedford Whaling Museum presents their annual reading of Moby-Dick, or The White Whale.
The article looks at the use of apostrophe in popular music, a figure of speech, often used in poetry where a poet speaks directly to an absent person, place, or thing.
For any Jason Isbell fan, “Decoration Day” is usually a favorite song, but the lyrics tell a complicated story. This piece explores the song’s story and themes.
Here’s a poem from long before I started The White Whale. The imagery came to me in a dream, and I woke up the next day and wrote the poem.