Category: Poetry

  • Poems in bits and bobs, June 2020

    Poems in bits and bobs, June 2020
  • Works In Progress

    The above is a contender for the cover design of a collection of poems I hope to publish in the spring of 2018. My emotions canvass everything from fear to exaltation to giving into this luminous desire I have to share this collection of approximately thirty-five poems. I began writing the poems in the summer […]

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  • Women of a Certain Age

    It comes on like the summer you had your first period . This small moment when all of a sudden you realize you’re a woman, not a girl. Those sanguine roles of youth are no longer yours and it’s setting a weight down. Learning to dance from the balls of your feet up. Standing barefoot […]

  • Mourning Song

    Mourning Song

    I have given it a name. The Bleak this beast it bites and in its bullets are coffin nails. Those nails I hear them crying this sad work. This goodbye . This ready fear and hate that wants to consume. Will it stop for nothing? On it savages and we are groping because we are […]