Die Three Times

A collection of 3 posts


At The Washington Post, [https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/many-call-it-smelly-and-vile-but-give-this-fruit-a-chance-or-three/2019/11/27/2372093e-1130-11ea-b0fc-62cc38411ebb_story.html] Virgil Thomson, via Oanh Ngo Usadi, suggests a variation on the "die three times [https://mikeschultz.ghost.

It's almost in here

> “Perhaps the best way to keep the spirits of loved ones alive is to allow them to continue living within us.” —Rita Dove on Ted Kooser’s beautiful “Parents” https://t.co/NbhymmnkiF

Langston Hughes and Legacy

> Our words live on long after we are gone. Langston Hughes's poem "I, Too"--published in 1926--still speaks to us in 2016. https://t.co/nvakK7p6uG — Poetry In America (@PoetryInAmerica) September 23, 2016