Friday, March 26, 2021

What's Become a Common Sight


I see the Jamaica Plain branch of the Boston Public Library a lot. Both morning and evening, the lights on for no apparent reason even though no one can enter it yet. 

When I first lived near the library, I never went inside except for (I think) one poetry reading with Christopher Kain. It wasn't until I moved to South Boston that I ended up renting space there for Walter Howard's memorial open mic. 

When the pandemic is over, the library is on my list of places to visit.

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