Monthly Archives: July 2019

New Poem

This was just published by the Loyalhanna Review. Your Birthday Would Be This Week   Just past the tunnel the road rises, and from its crest I see the lights of an entire city shine like memories of a life … Continue reading

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New Poem: Reunion

My poem, Reunion, was just published by the San Antonio Review.  Here it is:   Reunion The night we decided to meet, no matter what, on Winter solstice, 2018 Artie got so wasted he couldn’t figure out how to get … Continue reading

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New Poem: I Remember (November 1963)

Here is the second poem just published by Misfit Magazine:   I remember November 1963 It was the Saturday after they’d gunned down Kennedy. Too cold for b-ball, we huddled in the schoolyard and talked at half voice. We didn’t … Continue reading

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Home Front—new poem

I had two poems published in the current issue of Misfit Magazine.  Here is the first of them and the link: http://misfitmagazine.net The Home Front— 3/16/68 She couldn’t have been more than 19 or 20. When I looked closely I … Continue reading

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I Lost Summer Somewhere

Originally posted on days of stone:
I love this review of the recently released collection of poetry by my talented friend, Sarah Russell – Scintilla review I’ve read many of Sarah’s poems individually, and also this collection as a whole.…

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My Poem First Kiss

My poem, First Kiss, was just published in the Spring/Summer issue of the Mojave River Review. Here is the poem and a link to the issue: First Kiss   Back in the early 60’s  you didn’t need a crystal ball … Continue reading

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