Category Archives: Poetry

Snakes In My Blood In My Heart-Blood Warm

Finally here –Gracie Hardings’s Snakes In My Heart-Blood Warmed, Part III of Lamentations.  With verse by Jerrod McKinsey, music from The Avalanches, Awolnation, James Blake, Bon Iver and Mogwai and featuring the Little Rascals, this completes the five part series … Continue reading

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Snakes, In My Heart-Blood Warmed–Part V

Part V of Gracie Harding’s five part Snakes In My Heart-Blood Warmed is now available at www.newhudsonexit.org.  Snakes  Parts I through IV are journeys through the complex romances of Benito Mussolini.  Ida Dalser (Part I) , Clara Petacci (Part III … Continue reading

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Snakes, In My Heart-Blood Warmed

Snakes, In My Heart-Blood Warmed            Coda  Spanky socked some goofy guy while Petey bites his toes Vittor rocks and screams with glee as Benny wipes his nose   Alfalfa does his cross eyed thing as a fly marched down … Continue reading

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Snakes – Parts I and II

Parts I and II of Gracie Harding’s four part Snakes In My Heart-Blood Warmed is now available at www.newhudsonexit.org.  Snakes is a journey through the complex romances of Benito Mussolini.  Mussolini first love and wife was a woman named Ida … Continue reading

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Monsoon Rain While Fire Burns – Y(R)ango(o)n Part I

Part I of Adenauer Hrbic’s Y(R)ango(o)n appears today on The New Hudson Exit.   Titled Monsoon Rain While Fire Burns,  it is the precursor to The Tangled Melody That Scents The Breeze. Audie will be doing readings from both poems in … Continue reading

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Vester And Elvis–The Recollection

Vester Presley was Vernon’s (Elvis’s dad) brother.  He was one of those minor Presley relatives that Elvis kept on the payroll doing token work in his entourage.  Vester spent most of his time as a gate guard at Graceland. Vester … Continue reading

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