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Gone From View

When Paul Simon’s mother died, this is the note Art Garfunkel sent him: To Paul from Art:   We’re out under the stars now, the harbor we came from is gone from view. Excerpted from Art Garfunkel’s autobiographical What Is It All But Luminous / notes from an Underground Man ©2017

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Not Supposed To Do

This poem, excerpted from Art Garfunkel’s autobiographical What Is It All But Luminous / notes from an Underground Man ©2017, reminds me of the playfulness of Shel Silverstein: Today I’ll judge my books by their covers. I’ll watch a pot, count unhatched chicks, I’ll fix the unbroken, hold secret gods divine. A thousand fine soldiers, …

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’69

Excerpted from Art Garfunkel’s autobiographical What Is It All But Luminous / notes from an Underground Man ©2017: In May of ’69… Paul’s writing changed from “I know your part’ll go fine”– words of a deep friendship (The Only Living Boy in New York)– to “Why don’t you write me?”– words of frustration. So many …

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