Poetry

Joe Dolce: Two Poems

  Tucker’s Caravan We were out in the Morris one day, and we passed one of those trailers, you know … a box-like trailer, and all of a sudden it hit me: if we could get that trailer, take it back to the hotel, I could build some sort of a camping arrangement on top of it. Because I had the Australian bent wire mentality. You could do anything with a bit of bent wire.  —Albert Tucker   In Left Bank Paris, in bedbug Paris, the Paris of Beats and sailors, for an American radio and a thousand francs, Albert…

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