The rain came steady late last fall, wildflowers blooming early this year, pelicans flew south to Mexico, they would not be stopping here. I don't know just what I fear, but in the wind, I hear your song, the air so dry, your voice so clear, still don't know why you cannot hear. The forecast was almost never fair, no one could say who might care, but all were sure you'd be here.
March 25, 2012
My poems have appeared in Ragazine, an online arts magazine, Verse Wrights, Voices in Contemporary Poetry, edited by Carl Sharpe, and Shake The Tree, Volume Two, an anthology of new poetry, edited by Kelle Grace Gaddis. My first book, "Blue Moon", was published in ebook format in 2011. It is available at the iBooks Store at http s://itun.es/us/h9SzD.l I am currently working on a second book, entitled Early Snow, which I expect to be available sometime in early 2017.