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Audio Poem: Sea of Row Homes by Mark Tulin

The poem was written several years ago and the print version is still on this site. I grew up in Philly back in the sixties and seventies. And I had many friends and family members who lived in a similar style of home. This is a tribute to their warm and comfy homes and the proud people of Northeast Philadelphia. Please click the little dots to get to Spotify after the introduction.

Sea of Row Homes by Mark Tulin

Author, poet, short story writer from Santa Barbara, California. I write about a variety of topics, from my early childhood in Philadelphia, to my years as a family therapist, and finally to my soul-searching present in California. These are narratives that may have a humorous or serious content or both. Either way, I hope my poetry and stories resonate with you.

20 comments on “Audio Poem: Sea of Row Homes by Mark Tulin

  1. Adsolutely wonderful Mark … there I was only 2 years ago visiting my cousins in northeast Philadelpia area(Tackawanna st), … and there mother’s(my aunty) original home was in the ‘Fishtown’ area …. Your beautifully read poem perfectly describe the houses and the friendly people of the area … well done Mark, and I’m forwarding this post onto my cousins…

  2. These houses look so English to me!

  3. Reblogged this on The Reluctant Poet and commented:
    Come and Enjoy this!

  4. I’m seeing a broken link for Spotify.

  5. I enjoyed your poem evoking another place and time.

  6. Excellent poem, simple but full of soul, or, simply soulful.

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