Tag: poem

Poem: ‘Remembering’ … 28,000 days of stories

“We are promised 28,000 days of stories; Our books are closing shut on them. Hurry! We thumb our fingers through the pages. Strain to highlight the parts forgotten. We turn down the corners and still we forget.” Check out the full poem here – “Remembering” 78.8 years or 28,762 days*

The Sound of Not Knowing – B-Flat

The backdoor opens forcing a scaling pitch then a thump. Check out the full poem here – “Sounds of B-Flat” Side note or preamble: This is probably the shortest poem (or tie to it) that I’ve ever written. So I guess the blog post should just be as equally as

Biscuit Making Hands

Their beauty now erupts in the sweet folds of unfamiliar lines Check out the full poem here – “To the Woman With Hands Made for Biscuit Making” This poem grew out of a writing exercise that I was doing one day where I was using my grandmother as my muse :-).  I remember

Smoking Rivers and Winter Mornings

Just past the hills, in the thicket of the trees, the choked branches fight against the cold grip; barely touching the smoking river beneath them. With only the fog in the distant, the river seems to travel to nowhere in particular bringing life to all its half-awaken creatures. Check out

All Lives Matter – ‘Protests’

his body laid flat against the concrete ground, evidence for another life taken. Check out the full poem here – “Protests”  Sharing a poem that I wrote. I was in the car a couple of weeks ago listening to one of the news station talk about the grand jury decision for the

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