Category Archives: Poetry

Labor Day Cry

Let seagulls cry for tourists gone home, the winds carry sands to lands unknown. Addresses so specific fade into mystery, the summer is now only sweet history. Clothes grow longer, from cotton to wool, pull the jacket tighter, protection from … Continue reading

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Oh Starry Night

In honor of Charlie “Doc” Brennan, missing you every day Oh Starry Night, this is how I want to Die With a gentle touch, a clever smile, and peace in my eye. As friends remember stories long forgotten if the … Continue reading

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“Just Regular Guys”

Just regular guys The reward for subscribing tremendous at stake for them Having worked so hard and sacrificed so much …But if they’re quiet… If they disappear… No. Big. Deal. And for the most part, it’s true.

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What I Feel

I cannot feel my heart. I can feel my stomach bulging, my lungs struggling to find breath I can feel my nose clogged up and my eyelids asking to see dreams. I can feel my back tired, and my arms … Continue reading

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Island Boy

Island boy you are, running and digging in the sand nothing to check your spirit but the bashing swells of the waves; Each summer you’re growing Just as the heat warms the land. Island boy you are, the same face … Continue reading

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