I am there but I am not. I am here but I am not.
we made a game of it, sprawled in the back seat
Someone else’s garden [Poetry]
I look out into his garden every day now while I drink my coffee from his cup and he continues not being around...
Resisting Arrest [Poetry]
Minorities against majorities
Belmont Avenue – The Unsolved Departure of the Common X [Poetry]
At ten in the morning, the day I failed
The Language of Fog [Poem]
Vague and imprecise forgetful as my father...
(and that’s something,
hard as it is for
tango to take),
I was made known
that I have two children.
Bartering Emotions For Words [Featured Poet]
His is also a distinctly temporal call when his poems evoke the physicality of touch and sensations to denote profound expressions on loss and love.
“Route 66 and Its Sorrows”: A Review [Book Review]
How to remember a life, to reconcile losses with the joy of living, to sort the puzzle of what was imagined and what became real? These are the questions that marked my reading of Route 66 and Its Sorrows by Carolyn Miller.
In-Tune with Poetry [Q&A]
Poetry came in my late teens-first, as a requirement for an amateur writing workshop I was selected to attend at age 15 then a few years later when a friend asked me to edit a poem he wrote for a girl. I became jealous of this use of a powerful but shorter art form and decide to try it.