To the Seaside…

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NEW POETRY

Here And In A Thousand by Joshua Alan Sturgill

The Pilgrimage, Book II: Part 6 by Phillip Neal Tippin

The Hermit Speaks by Benjamin Rozonoyer


THE WEEKLY MACHEN

220px-Pullman_car_exteriorOn Going to Brighton by Pullman: And the sun was radiant. I have seldom seen so luminous and splendid a day, and this sunlight shining on the bright red tile roofs, and the bright white plaster of the walls, and the bright green of the trees made a delightful scene. The suburb looked illuminated. At least that is how I put it to myself. A man on the other side of the car said affectionately to his friend “some nice property there”; and I dare say we meant much the same thing.

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