Category Archives: Poetry

Variations on a Theme

Follow-up to my recent post, “Heads up, Writers”: Five or six people in each age of men Express something true with the brush or the pen And others repeat it, again and again. And falsehood, if clothed in a nice-enough … Continue reading

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1979

I need a savior Who is stronger Than the troubles of this life. I need an anchor That pulls tighter Than the tumult and the strife. I need a master Who is bolder Than the ones who hold me slave. … Continue reading

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Particularly Prolific

Poems I wrote on June 17, 1989, in order: Five or six people in each age of men Express something true with the brush or the pen And others repeat it, again and again. And falsehood, if clothed in a … Continue reading

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