Monthly Archives: November 2018

The Rosy Dark

Mornin’ Glory your cheery poem forced me to polish my rose colored lenses and watch some football maybe sip a glass of beer consider the whiskey anything but the fear pressing my lungs and heart flat as the lack of … Continue reading

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David

The doctors gave him six months six years ago. They called it a fiendishly aggressive melanoma,   eating away at his face and jaw. Each morning he packs the wound with cotton, applies the flesh   toned bandage — Phantom … Continue reading

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Go Lightly

Sometimes¬†the weight of the pen is too much to pick up, a rusted rail embedded in the ground,   so you keep going, walking, looking and listening for words to lift those bodies buried in your chest   as if … Continue reading

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