Friday Poems

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Ushered into the Night

August 16

To the underappreciated bouncers out there . . . .

Frappuccino Love

August 9

A very silly poem. First published by the literary magazine, Forge, then later appeared in my book, Seasons in Love. 

Charming Man

August 2

Do you know a charming man such as this? I hope you enjoy this Friday poem from my book, You Know the Ones.

My Heart Leaps Up

July 26

One of my literary heroes is this week’s guest poet, Mr. William Wordsworth.  

T&P Depot

July 19

Today’s Friday poem is from guest poet, Leslie Marie Aguilar. As a former resident of Abilene, I more than appreciate this ode to that West Texas town.   


July 12

This poem will complement next week’s poem from Leslie Marie Aguilar, as “Regret” also has the theme of romance.  

The Middle Boy’s Name

July 5

I am pleased to feature Ashley Underwood’s fine poem that was originally published in a journal close to my heart: Elder Mountain: A Journal of Ozark Studies

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