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Cycle of life

'Bikeman' explains a journalist's experience on Sept. 11

''I never intended to write a poem'' about Sept. 11, 2001, Tom Flynn says. ''What got me going was rereading Dante. The combination of that and riding my bike on the Cape Cod bike path.'' ''I never intended to write a poem'' about Sept. 11, 2001, Tom Flynn says. ''What got me going was rereading Dante. The combination of that and riding my bike on the Cape Cod bike path.'' (Julia cumes for the boston globe)
By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / September 6, 2008

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HARWICH PORT - Tom Flynn is a tough, experienced newsman with a dispassionate eye for facts. The veteran TV writer/producer had covered the biggest stories of the past 30 years: Nelson Mandela's rise in South Africa, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the violence in Tiananmen Square, wars and natural disasters. He'd witnessed events, gathered facts, written tight copy in ... (Full article: 1580 words)

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