“The Chelsea” from Aquinas Flinched

This is the sonnet sequence that closes my chapbook, Aquinas Flinched, newly published by Modern Metrics.

Video and Youtube technician: Roger Pitcher

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5 Responses to ““The Chelsea” from Aquinas Flinched”

  1. Kizz Says:

    That was stealthy, I didn’t even see that someone was taping!

    It was a wonderful reading, I hope you felt good about it and got good feedback. Thank you so much for stopping to chat and for personalizing those copies of the book for us.

  2. mrschili Says:

    I WISH I could have been there! When are you going to do it again?

  3. Carroll Says:

    Way to go, Rick!!!

    You had a reading and you read.
    So, fame is in the bag now, right?
    And fortune just around the corner??

  4. colleen Says:

    I love hearing it in your voice and seeing your hair has grown back. It did intoxicate me a little.

  5. Loose Leaf Notes » Blog Archive » 13 Thursday: The Curve Ball Says:

    […] is the same as a dunce’s. 10. A witch’s hat and church steeple also have a point in common. 11. HERE’S my blog friend Rick Mullen reading his poem, “The Chelsea,” from his newly published chapbook […]

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