Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Poem of the Month

Poem of the Month – Archive

We Fail

WE FAIL By Bryan Hayes  As a culture, we fail when we let fear, hate and/or violence become social norm.   As society, we fail when we shun “them” instead of embracing...

July, 2010 – Barefoot Days

Barefoot Days by Rachel Field In the morning, very early, That’s the time I love to go Barefoot where the fern grows curly And the grass is cool between...

Longing for Shelter

Longing for Shelter   We build couch pillow forts before we learn to add. We crave tiny tree houses before we can climb, blanket tents before we’ve ever...

Spirits of the Dead

Spirits of the Dead By Edgar Allen Poe   I    Thy soul shall find itself alone  ’Mid dark thoughts of the gray tombstone—  Not one, of all the crowd, to...

May, 2011 – Today

Today  By David Plumb           What of the Life You Supposed?   The moon comes up to remind you of timeless journeys giant leaps, promises of more a screen door in Albuquerque the...

The Haunted Palace

The Haunted Palace By Edgar Allen Poe, 1839 In the greenest of our valleys     By good angels tenanted,  Once a fair and stately palace-     Radiant palace- reared its head.  In...

December, 2014 – Christmas Trees

The city had withdrawn into itself

September, 2011 – Wild Money

Charm for Attracting Wild Money

April, 2013 – Television

The most important thing we've learned, So far as children are concerned, Is never, NEVER, NEVER let Them near your television set

November, 2010 – More Than A Day

More Than A Day   By Karl Fuchs   As Thanksgiving Day rolls around, It brings up some facts, quite profound. We may think that we're poor, Feel like bums, insecure, But...