It’s easy to be with someone, When they’re on the mountaintop When happiness or fortune, Doesn’t seem to stop. But when a fall or stumble, Brings us to the ground, Who’s with us in the valley, As we look around? When I faltered, when I failed, When I cried outContinue reading “You Were There”
In the U.S., May is National Pet Month. In honor of this, please enjoy this poem: I have a pet; his name is Stick; He doesn’t drool, bite or lick. He’s a rescue pet; I’m not a liar; He was about to be thrown on a fire. I don’t have to spend money on groomingContinue reading “My “Pet””
“Pretty young maiden, for what dost thou pine?” “I wish for a beau whom I may call mine.” “And what shalt thou do if given this treasure?” “I shall give him my heart and love without measure.” Found she her beau and they joined at the altar; Loved him she did without fear or falter.Continue reading “Resentment”
Zak and his Puzzle Box
A contribution to National Poetry Month
I saw a woman walking, In the rain one day. She hadn’t an umbrella, As she went along her way. When the sun came out, I saw not hide nor hair, But when the sky turned gray, She was always there. I wondered at her actions, And so I asked her why. She said, “OnContinue reading “Walking in the Rain”
A combination of Caturday and National Poetry Month
My novel “Tell Me No Secret” was released last week and it contains rather dark subject matter. In keeping with that theme, this poem may not be appealing to all readers.
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