Poetry Marathon 2016, Hour Two: Georgia

Second poem of the day. Nostalgia can be such a beautiful waste of time when you think back on the small, unimportant things Past glories fade into nothingness Past defeats still sting though perhaps not as much The ritual of buying a can of coffee from the vending machine on the walk to the train [...]

NaPoWriMo 2015, Day 28: The edible school yard (a poem)

Today’s poem comes from a prompt in The Daily Poet, by Kelli Russell Agodon and Martha Silano: write a poem called The Edible School Yard. People complain about school pizza and burgers but those were always my favorite lunch days Admittedly, to call it ‘pizza’ was generous the burgers could have been made of just about anything I [...]