Who is Ron Rash

Ron RashBorn (1953-09-25) September 25, 1953 (age 65)
Chester, South Carolina, United StatesOccupationNovelistNationalityAmericanEducationBachelor of Arts
Masters of ArtsAlma materGardner-Webb Univ...
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Ron Rash Poems

  • Whippoorwill
    The night Silas Broughton died
    neighbors at his bedside heard
    a dirge rising from high limbs
    in the nearby woods, and thought...
  • The Skeleton In The Dogwood
    (Watauga County, 1895)

    Two lovers out walking found
    more than spring's promised blessing...
  • The Price
    Knee deep in the Watauga's
    rock leaping whitewater,
    my brother loses his balance,
    his life if our father...
  • The Men Who Raised The Dead
    If they had hair it was gray,
    the backs of their hands wormy
    currents of blue veins, old men
    the undertaker believed...
  • The Exchange
    Between Wytheville, Virginia
    and the North Carolina line,
    he meets a wagon headed
    where he's been, seated beside...
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Top 10 most used topics by Ron Rash

Night 7 Deep 6 Water 6 Away 5 Death 5 Lost 4 High 4 Tree 4 World 4 Open 4

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  • Coy_harlingen: ron rash last drafts, i focus on the words, the rub of vowels and consonants, stressed and unstressed syllables. im still often surprised. a different ending or a new character shows up and i'm back to where i began, letting the story happen, just trying to stay out of the way.
  • Pamelamarie1974: my poison ivy rash is popping up from my face to my ankles. the itching is intense right now so i took a mild overdose of benadryl. i made ron promise he wouldn’t break a bone or set the house on fire while i’m in my benadryl coma.
  • Rapace2022: hunter s. thompson worked as a teacher. ron rash works as a teacher. even hemingway worked. what's wrong with you people out in hollywood? every person on the planet has to work.
  • Emilyabenton: 4 of 5 stars to in the valley by ron rash
  • Drmacode: a poet i greatly admire (but don't work with) has recently been reading a twilight reel and said this about it: ". . . i'm enjoying the new collection. equal to any of the stories ron rash has written in my opinion."
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Now, O Now In This Brown Land
 by James Joyce

Now, O now, in this brown land
Where Love did so sweet music make
We two shall wander, hand in hand,
Forbearing for old friendship' sake,
Nor grieve because our love was gay
Which now is ended in this way.

A rogue in red and yellow dress

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