Monthly Archives: July 2016

615 Poem, sometime she comes easy, sometime she don’t. 7-23-16 (go to 580 for key word search)

Sometimes it’s chiseling chips and dust and sand from stone with the point of your pen for ink and nailing her onto the page so she won’t blow off and sometimes it’s lying on the silk cover of a soft … Continue reading

Posted in Poems | Leave a comment

614 The Lady of the House Explains 7-18-16 (go to 580 for key word search)

Really, I do not want to live in what my grand daughter, Juliette, calls, “… a white bread world.” I would love for Jose’, our gardener, who so skillfully trims our hedges and cleans our gutters in the spring, such … Continue reading

Posted in Poems | Leave a comment

613 Freddie the flounders close encounter 7-6-16 (go to 580 for keyword search)

What do the friends of little Freddie the flounder wonder when they see him feeding in the sand, then, for no apparent reason, pop from his camouflaged spot to begin a spastic assent to somewhere, flashing his white belly and … Continue reading

Posted in Poems | Leave a comment

612 No one is adrift 7-2-16 (go to 580 for key word search)

Somewhere, an empty, corked bottle, perhaps chablis, caught on chaotic seas, tacking for port but tossed by billows, blown off course by gusts, never to berth on, somewhere, solid sand. But deep beneath oceans, where leviathans feed and there be … Continue reading

Posted in Poems | Leave a comment