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The Demoread

Line, Change

200614 | On the jazz problem, HiFiLo, and music as resistance.

Sister, I promise you I’m changing

You’ve had broken promises, I know

If you want to change it, you must break it

Rip it up and something new will grow

Hello from the ravine where children have stopped to look at two raccoon kits…

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A weekly letter on art, music, books, teaching, writing, and the ravine behind my house. Delivered Sundays.

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E.E. Demore

E.E. Demore

Educator and essayist.

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