An Interview With Harold Norse, Part One: The Art of Teaching – Art by Rob Goldstein

From – An Interview With Harold Norse, Part One: The Art of Teaching
Rob Goldstein

In 1992, I interviewed my friend and literary mentor, Harold Norse.

I moved in with Norse in July of 1984 and moved out in August of 1989 .

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Multiple – Eyes + Words

 

Written by Jacob Ibrag

Alternate destiny, a friend to multiple choice.

‘Where I have failed, the other me will have succeeded

.’ This is it though and there’s no way to know wheth…

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shadow

Written by Jacob Ibrag

You shed light on my blind spots, thought I had my life figured out. Responsibility was a bad word, one that you’d consistently bring up. And when I looked into your luminous lights, I had realized my true crime. I had been running away from myself, yet you can’t run away […]

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Waxy, Pointillist, and Drooping – Art by Rob Goldstein

Pacing

in my

footsteps.

Waxy, Pointillist, and drooping   Image and poem (c) Rob Goldstein 2017 all rights reserved.

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One Eternal Day – Art by Rob Goldstein

 

Tonight

and

tomorrow

in one

eternal

day.[ ]

Graphic and Poem (c) Rob Goldstein 2017

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Art by Rob Goldstein – Sacrament

 

There is no common truth

Sacrament

I thought if I found

the right people

If I learned about [  ]

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