Friday, December 21, 2012

New Poem by Christina Pacosz

There's a previously unpublished poem by Polish-American poetess Christina Pacosz on my other blog, here

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for posting both the Pacosz your writings as well. The instability and weaknesses in today's job market are impacting people all around, from here in Asia where 50-somethings who expected jobs for life are being put out, to the US where downsized or M & A'ed people of similar ages will never be so gainfully employed again, despite all the "age fairness" laws in the good ole legalistic USA. Its a rough patch all around and bad for the Gen Y's of today in general economic terms too.



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