Category Archives: Poetry

There is nothing sweeter than the Spoken Word and this Poetry section is part of a body of work I read/perform as a Poet member of The Archway Readers’ Circle that meets monthly at Archway Gallery in Houston, Texas. I’m frequently challenged hearing other poets’ amazing work within this group. These works are meant to be read aloud.

My New Position

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Read at Archway January 12, 2012 “I had an interesting call right before the holidays set in as, some of you already know, about a position I’ve wanted for a long, long time. The good news was that I did … Continue reading

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The Tiniest Tree

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I’m just a little tree Buried in snow all around No one notices me Will I ever be found? Doesn’t anyone care? Don’t I even matter? Hey you over there Wait!  Don’t everyone scatter! I am very handsome If I … Continue reading

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Empty Nester

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EMPTY NESTER What do you do When the children have gone No more rhymes And no more songs No more fixing Food to eat And no more New little friends to meet The phone is not Ringing off the wall … Continue reading

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