Fortunately, you can go out walking. You expect very little, only dusk foreshadowing night, the murmur of animal life atRead more
Leafless, grey, gnarled, they hibernate in the clays of the brown crag. Their red, yellow, orange gildings, two monthsRead more
My kitchen is blessed with fruity scents of Ethiopian Oromia, the welcoming traces of Chinatown Coffee Company, that quick butRead more
So you think our small town’s
so damn pretty
while you get on your soapbox
‘bout crime in the city.Read more
U.S. troops liberated death camps
in the decade before my birth.
My parents didn’t use the word fascism.
But I knew what it meant.
Only two years before my birth,
Israel was declared a state.Read more
A Chesterfield fast upon her lips (She’s almost Dorothy Parker) A whiskey neat at her fingertips (She’s almost Dorothy Parker)Read more
Maybe the perfect world we seek Is not meant to be; Maybe the bliss of heaven Becomes hell for eternity;Read more
Should I love my IED That goes off so suddenly Not hidden underneath, But for all to openly see?Read more
Failure has taught me this: Nothing else matters, That if I could have a wish, I would binge watch NetflixRead more
Sweet little salmon, so fast and so swift; She keeps up with the others so big and so strong. SwimsRead more