The wall I didn’t want to build is rising between us anyway brick by brick by brick I didn’t realize until recently that I don’t need to intend you harm to do you harm As soon as i learned how i started making the mortar the bricks have always been here The skin of myContinue reading “The Wall I Didn’t Want To Build”
Happy to have my poem “Drawing” included along with so many other great writers from the Empire State in New York’s Best Emerging Poets 2019 Anthology. For the poetry lovers on your holiday shopping list you can pick up a copy from the good people at Z Publishing.
How shall man punish them that have injured him? Let him do them a good turn and make them ashamed in their hearts. – Thiruvalluvar
Something about the snap in the air pulls everything into sharp focus Your breath and mine become tangible as the leaves disintegrate Now that the snow’s coming down we can’t blame childhood anymore
I’m going to ride on the back of those clouds one of these days even if it rips the skip from my bones and grinds me down to hamburger I’m going to feel quicksilver in my veins and wildfire in my intestines even if all of my hair falls out and my bones turn intoContinue reading “One of these days”