Weekend Discussion Question! And Writing Prompt!
Does anyone find it temporally peculiar that in Bob Dylan’s “115th Dream,” AFTER the narrator, a passenger of the Mayflower, describes coming to a land already well-populated by cops, French and English people and waitresses, and fitted with an infrastructure containing Bowery slums, U.S. flags, hot dog stands, trucks, funeral parlours, bowling balls, pay phones, parking tickets, restaurants, banks, jails and at least one Guernsey cow, he encounters Columbus sailing in with his three ships?
Feel free to answer, but that’s not the discussion question.
This is: What is your favorite (or very much treasured) Bob Dylan song? Why?
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