Monday, September 23, 2019

Poem of the Month

Poem of the Month – Archive

September, 2015 – Vision of Change

I have a vision of change But, I do not walk alone

July, 2015 – Wingfoot Lake

On her 36th birthday, Thomas had shown her her first swimming pool. It had been his favorite color, exactly—just so much of it, the swimmers’ white arms jutting into the chevrons of high society.

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...

May, 2015 – Birth and Death

Birth and death, twin-sister and twin-brother,Swinburne Night and day, on all things that draw breath,

This is Me (Lyrics)

This is Me  Lyrics from The Greatest Showman (Video)   I am not a stranger to the dark Hide away, they say 'Cause we don't want your broken parts I've learned...

August, 2011 – Poem About Heaven

Poem About Heaven By David Blair I am such an impressionist. My legs get cold, my arms get cold, weird thinking of my mom dying in my old bedroom, now...

June, 2010 – What Makes a Dad?

What Makes a Dad? God took the strength of a mountain, The majesty of a tree, The warmth of a summer sun, The calm of a quiet sea, The...

March, 2010 – What of the Life You Supposed?

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

November, 2014 – Touched by an Angel

We, unaccustomed to courage exiles from delight live coiled in shells of loneliness until love leaves its high holy temple and comes into our sight to liberate us into life.

December, 2013 – Christmas Miracle in the Ghetto

Peering at the radiating faces of happy families So much joy emanates from well-to-do children’s sparkling eyes