Tag Archives: Rebecca Lindenberg’s “In the Museum of Lost Objects”

Object D’art

One of my favorite poems is about a Museum of Missing Objects. Poet Rebecca Lindenberg begins by quoting Ezra Pound: What thou lov’st well shall not be reft from thee;  What thou lov’st well is thy true heritage.         Lindenberg writes … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: The Missing Masterpiece

It would be an extraordinary day if I did not spend a healthy portion of it trying to locate my keys, my work necessities, my phone–and occasionally my vehicle itself. (I’ve noticed a commonplace linguistic device of referring to widows … Continue reading

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