Writer’s Grief

A seething thought In the absence of an audience to clinically dissect A body of work or acclaim the light Seen through a gaping pupil Words will sometimes be, a little hard on the tongue And a little puzzling for grey-white knots Yet this scenic drive through the traffic Needs a clutch and the first … Continue reading Writer’s Grief


The most colorful homonym In the English language Is a commonplace three-letter word For a homosexual, which dwarfs even the happy smurfs And makes straight an unbent vertebrate Who loves the juxtaposition Of blissful asymmetry And we all have one sought-after dream To be colonized by one feeling Happy and perhaps even over-enthuse, Spilling over, … Continue reading Gay