We always leave a beloved place in order to return to it sometime. Broadway in New York city is such a place for me, and I return to it as often as I can. Sometimes, I take a flight to JFK or to the La Guardia Airports and then a taxi to a hotel in Manhattan as close to or in Broadway; at other times, I return to it in my heart and in my writings.Broadway has inspired many poets. Of the old school, Sandburg has the pessimistic look when he says: “Hearts that know you hate you/… Cursing the dreams that were lost / In the dust of your harsh and trampled stones.” Walt Whitman’s excited and dynamic words describe more of what I feel about this parcel of New York City: ” Florid with blood, pensive, rapt with musings, hot with passion, /Sultry with perfume, with ample and flowing garments.” In fact, Broadway is and has been the theater district not only for the United States but possibly for the entire worldBroadway, today, extends from the 34th Street to the 56th, on the east and the west of the avenue called Broadway with Times Square at its core…. Read full this story
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