Evidence (a poem)

Not waiting so long today… A pointer to truth enforcement of possibility hope for another chance at life The missing piece a chain from one pole to the other Fences or no fences— all my choice? Actions or reactions? Ignorance of the law Ignorance of rules Ignorance of ‘supposed-to-be’ Ignorance of limitations restrictions, barriers The [...]

National Poetry Writing Month 2016, Day #2

Today’s NaPoWriMo prompt is to ‘write a poem that takes the form of a family portrait.’ We never did those in my family, so (as Mad magazine might put it) blecch! If you were to go by the evidence we never existed Nowhere will you find all of us together at the same time A man in [...]

Nocturnal adventures (A poem)

A really weird, disturbing dream last night, resulting in this weird poem. (The title is tentative, until I can think of something better…) You should have never let the sleazy label guy in Of course he was going to walk out with the evidence to satisfy some prior contract— everything but the baggie full of [...]