Friday, February 21, 2020

Poem of the Month

Poem of the Month – Archive

March, 2011 – Learning to Skate

Learning to Skate   By Krista Martinelli       I thought I already knew everything About how to skate How to glide, turn, loop Into a figure eight.   But with two little ones Everything...

February, 2010 – Our Flame Will Never Extinguish

Our Flame Will Never Extinguish (A Tribute to the People of Haiti) By Bito David In this time of great sorrow We wish we could find a light...

September, 2015 – Vision of Change

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

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...

Artist’s Life

Artist's Life By Ella Wheeler Wilcox Of all the waltzes the great Strauss wrote, mad with melody, rhythm--rife From the very first to the final note, Give me his...

June, 2014 – My Own Ring

My Own Ring By March Brooker I come with my own ring, passed down through the years by family crones.   Unknown who wore the delicate thread of gold. so thin, so...

I Hear You

I Hear You By Bryan Hayes © 2016 Just because you speak, Doesn’t mean you are heard. Just because you are heard, Doesn’t mean you are understood. Just because you are...

October, 2010 – Haunted Houses

Haunted Houses By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow   All houses wherein men have lived and died Are haunted houses.Through the open doors The harmless phantoms on their errands glide, With feet...

I am from Wanting and Having

I Am From Wanting and Having Sarah Sullivan By Sarah B. Sullivan

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...