The light-bulb flickers, dangling from six inches
of makeshift wires, duct-taped together.
If life was a test, I’d get A+ for effort.
It swings to and fro like clockwork, 269 more words
Published in Confiscated, 2006.
This piece was written for a class on poetry writing, and it’s the only thing I wrote for that class that I actually like. 277 more words
I’ve finished my interview for “Santa Fe Literary Review” which will be in the 2016 issue. Questions came from student staff. “Invisible Borders” is the theme of the forthcoming issue. 240 more words