Category: National Poetry Month

Real Myths

Real Myths. Tall, dark, long and lean, Arrows in the slipstream. Super sonic, sub atomic, Wet dream, Cross that man and taste the mean. Step outside, You ainโ€™t comin’ back in, And you donโ€™t mess around with Jim. Sharp blade. Well-played. The only reason that I stayed, Until […]


I want to push the words together to make some words better than the dirt. I want to hold your hand in quiet, that is, without words between us, and let it out. I realize that I’m looking, searching, for the words, that are what quiet sounds like, […]


I’m human, I’m human,I wanted to scream,from the top of my lungs,in the depths of this dream,or nightmare,or vision,only God knows for sure,I’m human, I’m human,and there is no cure.No potion, no tonic, no drug left to take,I’m human. I’m human,the perfect mistake,or lesson, or riddle, or catch […]