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Poem #18: To an Old Friend

It’s amazing how much one person
can mean to others.

Beyond the distance and the air,
the bonds are still there.

When we grieve for them, 49 more words


How I view pop music

Catchy music is both a blessing and a curse.

On one hand, it is an instant mood boost. On the other, its remembrance can annoy us for days. 422 more words


Elegy #1

I feel like I should drive down
Quarry Road.
Maybe there it is dark
and deeper than this night.
I wonder if it smells like rock face… 17 more words

What I Miss The Most... (Writer's Digest Poem Day Challenge) Prompt: Elegy

“That time don’t wait for nobody”
You often would say
Staring into the unseen
With a reflective gaze

You were a man of strong faith… 151 more words


The faint gifts of Aphrodite

But what life would there be, what joy, without golden Aphrodite? May I die when I be no more concerned with secret love and suasive gifts and the bed, such things as are the very flowers of youth, pleasant alike to man and woman. 235 more words


April Elegy

It snowed the day after our parents paid taxes.
The water bowl froze and the puppy
whined by the door in the dark until
dad or maybe mom in dad’s boots… 150 more words

Cameron Steele

life's fragility

my thoughts and prayers go out to the people involved in this terrible misfortune, and all their loved ones. :( It seems the more painfully shocking because so many victims were Korean high school students, just like me. 6 more words