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Intermezzo For Phoebe Snow | Valencia Robin Grice

Sometimes you hear a song like her song that fits like a ripe plum in your hand, the sweet flesh and tart skin of her voice simply what it is. Like tall grass gone to flower, the simplest of yellows. Or the right man opening […]

Cliché This | Valencia Robin Grice

When you grow up with a view of the sun setting over, say, Lake Michigan, are you more susceptible to what our little star can do under the right circumstances, are you less dismissive of sunsets on postcards and calendars than the rest of us, […]