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Poem: Invisible

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Invisible

by Angie Mack Reilly 2020

I feel invisible
Do you feel invisible
We feel invisible
Divisible
Forgivable
Sensational
Deliverable
Yet invisible
I feel invisible
Do you feel invisible
We feel invisible

Photo also by Angie Mack Reilly

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Photo: Get Your Flu Shot Today

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“Get Your Flu Shot Today” (c) Angie Mack 2008 may not be used without permission.  Taken in Grafton, WI.

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Female Entrepreneur

Poem: Winding Journey

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Winding Journey

by Angie Mack Reilly

I’m on the winding journey
“Wine, Ding.”
“Whine. Ding!”
“Why in Ding?”
Meandering
Lingering
Wallowing
Swallowing
Opening
Preserving
Observing
Fancy-ing
Swerving
A little left
A little right
Wondering
Wandering
Wondering when wandering
Wandering when wondering
Exploring
Documenting
Winding
Sometimes tight
Sometimes loose
The winding journey
belongs to the pioneers.

Photo of our new friend “Dave’s” sailboat who apparently came from the Michigan side and was waiting for the wind to pick up.  My son made a new friend and Dave let our family on the boat for some rare photos.   Photo by Angie Mack Reilly, Port Washington, WI 2019

 

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Chronic Creativity Public Art

Rocking the Chairs in Grafton

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Digital Art by Angie Mack Reilly 9.9.19

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Angie’s Eye for Light and Composition. Ear for Color.

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Blues Research

2010: Dutch Author Alex van der Tuuk Visits the Grafton House of Blues

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Listen to Alex van der Tuuk and Angie Mack Reilly in a recent podcast by The World Music Foundation about Paramount Records and Grafton, WI.

 

 

Photos by the Alicia Wade!

Angie Mack Reilly and Alex van der Tuuk have been working together to preserve the Paramount Records legacy since 2004.  With Alex in the Netherlands and Angie in Grafton,  they have had to share thousands, (if not millions) of emails over the years.  Together, they have accomplished much.  Finding out what happened to the Father of Ragtime Guitar after he recorded for Paramount was one of them.

Read about us finding Arthur “Blind” Blake’s grave

 

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