Poetry Page

Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words.  Edgar Allan Poe

The poet doesn’t invent. He listens.  Jean Cocteau

I think that we’re beginning to remember that the first poets didn’t come out of a classroom, that poetry began when somebody walked off of a savanna or out of a cave and looked up at the sky with wonder and said, “Ahhh.” That was the first poem. Lucille Clifton

Thanks for taking the time to read some of my poetry.

I enjoy writing it and I hope you enjoy reading it.

Some of these are more like song lyrics, but I like how they read.

Check back often to see what I’ve added.

Please feel free to leave a comment.

I appreciate your feedback and constructive criticism.

The Ballad of a Fornicator

Coffee, Donuts and a Cigarette

Dog And A Possum

Elmore Allen

Empty Nothings


Gonna Sell My Troubles

Humble Old Soldier

My Last Day

My Truth

Ode to the Cat Lady

Oh Virginia

Sing Me A Song

The (One Legged) Cricket Song

Wild Stories

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