Poetry. The movement of TAXIDANCING by Paul Pines from the jazz poems of his Tin Palace days in the first section "After Hours," to the ruminative "Bits and Pieces," is what Laurel Blossom has called " a taki ride from the madness of existential struggle to the 'darkness of a dream' in which 'each of us (is) a center.'"
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