Category Archives: John Dunn

PLACE by John Dunn

Kansas City is a vast inland city, and its marvelous river, the Missouri, heats the senses; the maple, alder, elm and cherry trees with which the town abounds are songs of desire, and only the almonds of ancient Palestine can … Continue reading

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THOUGHTS ON TRUST

Piloting the retired and restored New York City fireboat JOHN J. HARVEY back to its berth, at first Bob brings it in at a right angle to the dock, then signals the engine room to slow it down. He brings … Continue reading

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USELESS BUT VALUABLE

USELESS BUT VALUABLE by John Dunn It began with an email from an old friend, now living in Sweden. He is in his later 60’s and reported that one of his kidneys had quit working and the other was down … Continue reading

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