Monthly Archives: May 2016

Sleep

This past Thursday I was among four poets who attended the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ Science Cafe lecture “Shining Evolutionary Light on Human Sleep and Health”. After the presentation we poets did some writing and read the results … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

My mother requested a poem for Mother’s Day. It is shared here with her kind permission. Anchors I used to get anchors stuck in my eye when I was a boy playing in the woods. It wasn’t until I was … Continue reading

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Chocolate Memories

A new poem which I read at the most recent chocolate open mic. Chocolate Memories Gold foil just a glint catches my eye I remember milk chocolate formed into coins a delicate snap as I bite Hot chocolate returns me … Continue reading

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