Utter Blame: Fifteenth Tattersby

Posted by ractrose on 10 Mar 2019 in Art, Poems

    The Folly Tattersby     Utter Blame   ‘De Clieux reports the Celtic daughter could be raised— His bride full willing,’ the host, sardonic, says ‘So far south as Quimper; the Contessa di Barucchi Has invited them to stay. And what can be the meaning of that puppy-doggish eye…?’ he demands of the […]

My Blog Week: March 3 to March 9

All the Latest from Torsade!                       The week began with a poem Monday, “Hacked Back”; in Tuesday’s Sequence of Events, a little leak of information, and Bruner’s recovery blues. Wednesday, a brief tour of funky advertising from an earlier century: Adventures in Research: Huckstering; on […]