Poetry (8)

Incongruous Sunlight

November heat - I walkedin a park - acres of grassburnt brown by the Autumn sunflattened by an early snowsurrounded…

Wish You Were Here...

Wish You Were Here

So many walks in the rain, tears and coffee sipped from a torn Timmy's cup the ultimate blend of pleasure…

Under Canvas

3000 miles - 10,000 days, or more, beyond the mountains, an ocean scent of canvas wafts past the drifts and…

Apartment 2B

2 floors up,  above the swirling littered dreams,  I watched… eyes red.  He came,  shuffling, head down,  gnarled bony hands hung loose.  A ravaged fedora perched,  on bleached white straw.  I stepped outside myself and stared,  feeling his age and pain.  And for a moment forgot my own,  began to smile,  realizing as he passed,  he was whistling…  ©1998  (New Dawn Master Poet Award Winner – 1998)

Starlight Twinkles

Starlight twinkles, playing between the clouds, he stands and listens to the hiss of aurora, spreading fanlike overhead, and…

Caviar and Crackers

Salt taste, rippling across my tongue, rolling black pebbles bursting at the edge symbolic life to slake my thirsty palette…

Running...

running away from what I never knew the boogie man under the stairs or perhaps just another under cooked pizza…