Monthly Archives: April 2012

Evening Song

The third “panel” of a triptych of poems: III.  EVENING SONG As the light of day grows feeble and begins to fade, The stream grows solemn and turns a leaden gray. Startled, the lark takes flight back to the shelter … Continue reading

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Noon Song

The second “panel” of a triptych of poems: II.  NOON SONG As the noon-high sun blazes in its majestic glory, The lark takes shelter  in the shady arms of a tree. High above, white, woolly clouds glide silently past, Shading … Continue reading

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Ode to Jeremy Lin

This poem happened after listening to (maybe one too many times) Eminem’s greatest hits collection, Curtain Call: ODE TO JEREMY LIN Out of the sky like lightning flashed Jeremy Lin From sleeping on his brother’s couch and from warming the bench is … Continue reading

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Morning Song

The first “panel” of a triptych of poems I recently finished composing: I.  MORNING SONG As dawn begins to break gently o’er yonder hill, The quiet woodlands with the lark song begins to fill. Slowly she stretches wide her arms … Continue reading

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