Category Archives: Poems

Lost Houses

There are houses out there somewhere.                                                                                  They    are out there, those houses. We knew them once but we lost them.                                                                                … Continue reading

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The Power of Allusion

When I was an undergraduate, I was a real hep cat, and I read Old Possum. Now, many years later, I am convinced the moon has indeed lost her memory, And I am still shaking this damned dead geranium.

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Coming up Geiger Grade, light snow.  At Nine-mile Flat, floor it. The road constricts to 110. Mid-winter. Mid-week. Prime drinking time. Tourists and summer people are gone. C Street is mostly parking spaces. Closing time. The snow has stopped, the … Continue reading

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