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(for Julie Brumley)

I saw you (as I often do) at Mass–
one of the many people in the pews.
But to my heart you always come as news. 96 more words

Something From The Vaults - The Bell Black Night (2005) #poetry

the bell black night

i’ll make my exit into bell black night
tolling silence with my old heart’s clapper.
trees will join the beat with some percussion… 84 more words



​Sitting under a pink canopy,

With an open picnic basket under the tree.

Watching time go by, while, feeling the wind juggling my hair.

And hearing animated laughter of kids circling around. 74 more words


A Short Analysis of Henry Howard's 'The Soote Season'

A reading of one of the first English sonnets

Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey (1516/17-1547) was the poet who invented the Shakespearean sonnet, sometimes known as the English sonnet. 674 more words


The Empty Seat

It sits suspended underneath the shade,

beneath the trees and the blistering hot sun.

Warm, chipped paint tells of memories gone by;

the empty space tells how long ago it was. 77 more words