way poem #1: with your assistance

A Poem a Day in October 2016: #25 goodnight mama I’m going to walk that way bye bye my papa I’ve got to walk that way onto the path that’s waiting I’m ready to walk that way don’t cry don’t miss me we’ve all got to walk that way and I have seen you this one time … Continue reading way poem #1: with your assistance

 of southern lights

A Poem a Day in October 2016: #24 oh oh my southern lights no moon tonight to dull them I see the solid inking flow like licorice and the oil of lightless dark yet there Jupiter a pin planet call of glister shone low like the gleam of hope for a slow redemption night beats the … Continue reading  of southern lights

alone (with the wind)

A Poem a Day in October 2016: #23 empty house I am all alone there’s no sound except my heartbeat and an echo of woo-woo wind this house is a playground for curly breezes sweeping the veranda fluting the chimney ooo woo-woo-woo even my thoughts sing ooo woo-woo-woo and now and now the rain fingers … Continue reading alone (with the wind)

axeman: reducing the rounds

A Poem a Day in October 2016: #18 two rounds of wood one atop the other one is the smiting block the other is pieces of firewood in potentia and I am the splitter holding that implement in my hand hefting the weight to obtain the balance in the sweet spot where it is me … Continue reading axeman: reducing the rounds