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This poem will appear in my new book of 80 poems, Memories of When We Were Birds, to be published this month by RedDashboard. The book chronicles the passing of seasons in northern Michigan, in the environs of Liminga. … Continue reading
leaves shaped like daggers and leaves shaped like hearts — both kinds green with jealousy
I am honored to have 5 recent poems published at VerseWrights, a beautifully designed new poetry web site developed by editor Carl Sharpe. A direct link to my poems is HERE. Enjoy!
My 200th follower joined Bard of Liminga today, a mathematician named Posina Venkata Rayudu, found me through the poem Galileo that I wrote a few days ago. You can also visit my Facebook Page. Or even purchase my chapbook. Thank … Continue reading
You are on the front porch, facing the pond. I am in the unheated attic, beaneath the snow-covered roof. When I was a boy, I read about the lost colony, vanished without a trace save one clue carved in an … Continue reading
Thank you to Mo and Susie at The Blue Hour Magazine for publishing a poem I wrote one year ago, along with pieces from several other contributors reflecting on the new year. Here’s the link to my poem.