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We were together in bed. I heard this song in our darkness. I said, I like this song. He said, It’s a Neil Young cover. I like that he knows stuff like that.
And today, while reading Denis Johnson’s “Train Dreams,” I fell in love with his manly sentences:
“It was only when you left it alone that a tree might treat you as a friend. After the blade bit in, you had yourself a war.”
I love me some man sentences—fit, trim, to the point. I read this over & over as the waves crashed. I started thinking about voices—men’s and women’s voices in art—and decided to share this song. Here’s a woman covering Neil Young. I present: Into the Black by Portland’s Chromatics.
It's only apropos I heard the song on the way home...
Also by Tricia Louvar
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