Monthly Archives: January 2016

IF THIS WERE A SAM SHEPARD POEM

The cumuli would be moving fast Across a cobalt-blue sky And thereā€™d be horses and cars Sage brush blooming and a rattler Squirming under a porch A cowboy would be drinking a beer And we would wonder at the silence … Continue reading

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ALONE

lying in bed still daylight outside you listen to the ringing in your head the cat’s purr as you pet him he kneads you settled on your chest breathing heavily your wife’s already asleep again you wonder why you are … Continue reading

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AT FOUR IN THE AFTERNOON

Four days before Christmas on the shortest day of the year the traffic is bumper to bumper   on Reserve from the Interstate to South Avenue, three miles of cars, no place for pedestrians. The homeless   are tucked away … Continue reading

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