Orderly Gray (Narrative Poem)

There is big excitement in the convalescent home today. Daniel Coleman Is walking Without holding The metal hallway railing that assists the patients. Each slow-motion step Is its own awakening from death. People line the sterilized, peach-wallpapered halls As if they are all Welcoming a war hero home. Although Daniel's doing Is as if he... Continue Reading →


When Hindsight Comes A-Calling

Hindsight knocked. He brought Bravado, And close behind, Blame did follow. I invited the First Then shut the door To keep away the Second and Third. I pulled out a chair for the guest to sit To stay and chat a little bit. We sipped our tea, (Hindsight and Me), And no one else sat... Continue Reading →

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