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Wayne Whitaker Freezes Hope in the Sights of His Kentucky Long Rifle, poem by Roy Bentley

From the pho­to­graph in The Moun­tain Eagle titled GUNSMOKE, you know Wayne Whitak­er wears over­alls and has a broth­er named Way­lon. The arti­cle says Wayne is a native of Hal­lie, Ken­tucky. And in oth­er news, a scan­dal sheet at Wayne’s … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Two Poems, by Roy Bentley

Adri­ana Ivan­ci­ch and Ernest Hem­ing­way Beside a Stuffed Lion Head I place this cir­cle of stones for the liv­ing; May we and oth­ers not go beyond it in life; May we all live to a hun­dred autumns, Dri­ving death away … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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