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Poems by Gregory Firlotte

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09/23/2019 Candy Corn 92 Rhyme
09/23/2019 Embers 100 Rhyme
09/21/2019 A House Haunted 102 Free verse
09/06/2019 Craftsbury Common 69 Rhyme
09/05/2019 Blueberry Pie 107 Rhyme
09/04/2019 Black Cat in the Window 112 Rhyme
08/31/2019 Summer's Spell 77 Free verse
08/23/2019 Hills 78 Free verse
08/23/2019 House by the Lake 92 Free verse
08/20/2019 November 109 Rhyme
08/20/2019 The Library 129 Rhyme
08/19/2019 Winter 241 Free verse
08/18/2019 The Great North Woods 196 Free verse
08/14/2019 Evening 228 Rhyme
08/10/2019 Beneath the Sugar Maple 163 Rhyme
10/20/2018 Come Halloween 202 Free verse
10/20/2018 My Head Upon Your Lap 180 Free verse
10/02/2018 Somewhere in Gardiner Town 241 Free verse
09/28/2018 Late Autumn 329 Free verse
09/19/2017 Indian Summer 468 Free verse
09/18/2017 The Coming of Autumn 439 Rhyme



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Gregory Firlotte -- a descendant of Mayflower passengers Stephen Hopkins and William Brewster -- was born and raised in Gardiner, Maine. He spent his youth reading books on history, travel, art and poetry at the historic 1881 brick-clad Gardiner Public Library and began writing poetry and short stories in elementary school.

Firlotte wrote prolifically in high school and received the Thomas Jefferson Freedom Prize at graduation exercises at Hall-Dale High School in Hallowell, Maine for his essay on freedom. Firlotte continued writing in college -- the University of Maine at Augusta -- and went on to have his first feature story on Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith published in the Maine Sunday Telegram in 1981. Later that year, Firlotte became the Arts and New Products Editor at Designers West Magazine in Los Angeles and has continued to write about design, architecture, art and personalities.

He is recognized as a design historian of the City of West Hollywood and has written a feature story on West Hollywood design for The Los Angeles Times which appeared in October 2017. His favorite subject for poetry is the region found in and around Gardiner, Hallowell and Central Coastal Maine with all its history, charm and fond childhood recollections -- as well as the seasons and the natural beauty found throughout New England.

In mid-2020, Firlotte will be releasing his first book of poetry based on New England themes.