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Poetry Club w/Charles Luden

Greetings poetic compadre: Below is a quickly penned short poem from yesterday.  – C.L.

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Untitled Poem – Number Lost

Sitting reading diagrams

on December window frost

I shiver then bark

back at the neighbor’s

small dog

  Charles Luden • 6-27-19 • at Granite City

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JAS Quintet Album Release • Friday, June 7

The JAS Quintet has an album release performance Friday June 7th at 7:30 PM in the Belbas Theater in the Washington Pavilion.  Charles Luden will be reading poems as the opening act.  Xavier Pastrano will be reading poems as well.

Photo Club w/Charles Luden

Chuck calls this self-portrait, Rock Garden Shadow

Trains in the Hood – Photos by Chuck Luden

I saw this the other day by my house in the NEW switching and storage yard by my house. I was going to snap some photos, but Chuck beat me to it;

Good morning,

Here’s a couple recent photos taken near your place.

It shows military tracked cranes.

In my love of trains, seeing military equipment on rail cars is an added bonus.

I refer this area south of 14th Street as the south rail yard.

Don’t know what BNSF calls it.

I suspect this area will see more activity after the downtown yard removal.

Yeah, you are not kidding. (click to enlarge)

Poetry Club w/Charles Luden

The blue rain

comes between

October and November

It is narrow and complete

unlike the evening news

glittering in the corner

Down I go……

  Charles Luden

  Sept 27, 2018

  at Granite City

The end of this transmission.

Charles Luden Photo of the Day

Taken in Omaha

Merry Christmas

Charles Luden’s annual Christmas Card that I partner with him and do the artwork.

Railyard Photos of the Past (Charles Luden) Part III

Here are photos I shot in 1964 of the downtown Sioux Falls rail yard.  I was in 9th grade at the time.  These were shot with a Kodak Brownie Starflash 127 so the resolution is not real good.  The rail yard was a busy place in those days.  Watching the action was exciting. At this time there was only the 10th street viaduct.  – Charles Luden

Railyard Photos of the Past (Charles Luden) Part II

Here are photos I shot in 1964 of the downtown Sioux Falls rail yard.  I was in 9th grade at the time.  These were shot with a Kodak Brownie Starflash 127 so the resolution is not real good.  The rail yard was a busy place in those days.  Watching the action was exciting. At this time there was only the 10th street viaduct.  – Charles Luden

Railyard Photos of the Past (Charles Luden) Part I

Here are photos I shot in 1964 of the downtown Sioux Falls rail yard.  I was in 9th grade at the time.  These were shot with a Kodak Brownie Starflash 127 so the resolution is not real good.  The rail yard was a busy place in those days.  Watching the action was exciting. At this time there was only the 10th street viaduct.  – Charles Luden