Glimpses of Things Related to Each Other

Glimpses of Things Related to Each Other

Glimpses of Things Related to Each Other by Leah Lubin. Today, Saint Patrick’s Day, enjoy the poetry and art of Leah Lubin.

Glimpses of Things Related to Each Other

Fly The Only Way That We Should Go by the poet and artist Leah Lubin

My British side I keep well hidden,

although the accent comes out occasionally.

My American self, here since 1979,

dominates my life style.


Part hippie intellectual

actually means that I am a British Mod

who came to America to be a hippie

but missed the whole scene by many years.


So, I settle down to be an artist and a writer.

Which is good because it all started out in

London, England where I studied lit and art.

But, it is now my American self that expresses it freely.


So, here I learned a new term that might suit me best.

My short poems are my beats.

My art is my modern expression of self.

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is an author and artist. Born in Haifa, Israel in 1951, she moved to England when she was six years old. By the time she was 14, she knew that she wanted to be an artist, and at the age of 17, she enrolled in the Barnet College of Art, part of the London University system. She moved to the United States in 1979, and became an American citizen in 1986. Leah now makes her home in California.

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