Tag Archives: poetry

NATURE FOOLED

Flowers can be fooled By signs, as can Smooth-sailing birds.   Birds this year Came early to A late frost.   Flowers opened only To be buried by A not untimely Snow.

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NEW DECADE

I fail usually in each decade’s first years. Things will later pick up. But I have not so many decades left. I look now for harvest signs even in the winter sky.

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A BOOK OF VERSES

Recently I published a book of my verses: ON A RAINY NIGHT.  Next week, from October 1st through October 3rd, the book can be downloaded for free through Amazon Kindle.  Anyone with a computer, Kindle or tablet can download the … Continue reading

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A BOOK OF POEMS

As an undergrad, I majored in English.  I knew by then that I wanted to be a writer, and I anticipated that this would be the best route to go by. So my last year and a half at the … Continue reading

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TO A.K.L.

You are the alchemist of my life, changing all trips, all meals, all plans, transforming what would be quite lonely hours to ones of glad companionship. Even one so quiet can stir the sun rays.    

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MUSIC AND POETRY

  One of the surprises of my writing career has been my writing of poetry.  While I had liked reading the classical poets in school, I planned to stick with prose.  The poetry has been a bi-protect of writing songs … Continue reading

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disease

Whether we are alcoholic, diabetic, catatonic, disease is a legacy we’re given.  What part our choices play in this is not resolved by MRIs.   By their deaths I was from family members disconnected through the same disease connecting me.  … Continue reading

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