Monthly Archives: May 2012

Lost In Seattle

If you have enjoyed reading some of the work posted on this blog you may be interested in reading my novel. A nice guy, fifty-three years old, gets downsized—out of work 3 years. Willie Brenner loses everything white middle class … Continue reading

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Lost In Seattle – Chapter 1

LOST IN SEATTLE A Novel By Bruce Louis Dodson This novel is entirely a work of fiction. None of the characters, scenes and situations portrayed are based on real people, but were created by the imagination of the author. Any … Continue reading

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Postcard From Amsterdam

Postcard from Amsterdam Red Light district Mental jailbreak from the puritanic laws made by the bourgeoisie Unending hordes of back-packed youth Throng happily along the tree lined sun-warmed summer’s Narrow streets along a maze of glittering canals Reflecting dappled ripples … Continue reading

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Amsterdaming – Red Light District – Day 1

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Amsterdaming – Red Light District – Day 2

I wake up early, 7:30. There’s a pile driver outside, in the canal in front of my hotel. The noise is loud enough to shake the fillings from your teeth. I throw some clothes on, grab my backpack, camera and … Continue reading

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Amsterdaming – Red Light District – Day 3

I’m walking past the Old Kerk on this sunny afternoon and hear strange music . . . nice. A drifting, fog-soft, different sort of sound than any instrument I’ve heard before. There’s a young woman sitting on the bricks cross-legged … Continue reading

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