Two Micro Poems
Observations made during a drive through Alabama to the Florida panhandle.
A poem about my first visit to Dollywood with my wife.
Kiss You Boldly
My paintbrushes are harmonies and stanzas moving gently across blank canvases dripping words, bright colors, painting all the ways I
Has Anyone Ever Told You
That you look a lot like the balding man on the back cover of that book Lucy posted about on
Seated on hot aluminum bleachers, I watch them on green-yellow grass. Sweat soaked Sunday warriors, their heads craning toward the
Her Limbs The Sea
A poem I wrote for my wife in 2017 when we were newly dating and I was on a trip
A love poem about my wife for the springtime Blooming along a walkway on Sequoyah Drive, you are a dogwood
My Dad and the Soccer Ball
I’ll always remember the ball bouncing up and down on his foot in the park behind our house. Those