Category Archives: Poetry

Solstice – A Christmas Re-Post

Icy cold frozen moon hanging in a crystalline sky as it was foretold Tree skeletons appear if dead save pines and ivy holly berries red Snow falls on frozen water The sun is gone The fearful cower Fires burning in … Continue reading

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Magi in America – A Re-Post for Christmas

Did the Magi follow the star across the seas to the new land, to America seeking God who will reveal himself again in a cave? God in a cave; now so difficult to find for the star is obscured by bright … Continue reading

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Duty Called – A Christmas Re-Post

Soldier sitting by the door riding the bus in ’64 just two and twenty he was then going away ’till god knows when riding a bus through Massachusetts as the snow began to fall the bus pulled in to a … Continue reading

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Best Days – A Re-Post

It’s seventy degrees outside while at Walmart the Christmas music plays for those standing in line at the lay away counter looking in their checkbook mentally figuring out if they have enough to pay for the children’s gifts and next … Continue reading

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Gaza Town

Today it was announced that our President is considering naming Jerusalem the capital of Israel and may move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv. The poem below as written in 2014 during the height of the Israeli offensive in Gaza. … Continue reading

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Patience and Prudence

At a corner table of a Wendy’s an old woman sits every morning bent over her paper, her coffee and half eaten egg patiently awaiting further attention. In the banality that is old age she thinks how little she enjoyed … Continue reading

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Two Sisters of Genoa

Twin sisters of Genoa sleek, fine, rich of breeding Languorous, creating that feeling of wanting to bed with her. Old fashioned sisters living in a new age appealing only to those who do not hurry and are slow of hand. … Continue reading

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