The following is a “found poetry” poem. It uses words from the Tea Party chapter in Alice in Wonderland. There was a tree in the house, when we were asleep we […]
Golden fire breathing dragon doesn’t speak. It’s not allowed to do so. Maybe fire breathing dragon scorches symbols to get its point across.
When I sit to write, the mind whirling in racing thought’s flurry, stops. Galaxies of thoughts drift slowly away. When I sit to write, faucets, traffic, clocks, futility’s noise, stops. […]
To he who escapes, instead of charging into battle, this young quarter century barely understands, forgives his absence, yet imagines: reveling in words of fictional riches and love is more sane than accepting childhood’s biting belt, and hoary destitution. […]
I find you nestled betwixt the cloud white covers of a somber two page spread. Death and lemonade: complimentary flavors to dance on the tongue. First read’s frustrations’ quizzical: Why must […]
Encased by frozen ice; view distant life, drowning. Winter never ends.
Woo Hoo! It’s National Poetry Writing Month. Go write yourself a poem (learn about different forms here)–it will only take ten minutes, I swear! Especially if you set a timer […]
She enquired, sinking into a hard chair next to his sparse desk. “Tax day is April 14th,” he said. She shed a few quiet tears for the future. “Is this about […]