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Fixin’ to Die Blues

Fi     Memphis Earlene says she’s been fixin’ to die ever since she was born.  Fixin’ to die is an important part of the blues lifestyle. “You should try it sometime,” she says. ” I’m determined to outlive the … Continue reading

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Master/Servant Blues

I do not have a cell phone but if I had one I would have a dumb one.   . My father was an engineer.  Poor man, he died before they invented telephones that could take pictures. He would have … Continue reading

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Birthday Blues

  April 20……..Hitler’s birthday. Mine as well. I’m in a Doctors waiting room in Amherst Virginia, been here for two hours, FOX NEWS on the TV. Springtime for Hitler doesn’t feel so much like a joke. I got a tick … Continue reading

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The Writing Blues in French

“Woke up this morning with the unpublished writers blues. No point tryin’ when you’re born to lose.” You gotta suffer if you want to sing the blues. It’s the law. Memphis Earlene doesn’t think I’m doing it right. ” You … Continue reading

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