In honor of Eric D. Lehman’s novella Shadows of Paris winning the Silver Medal from Foreward INDIES Book Award, here is my poem from Lune de Miel. … Read more “Shadows of Paris”
Portraiture Blissful is the frog who gambols from camouflage into the cool stream the moment the pen slips from a blank page, her hand abandoning those letters… Read more “Profiles in Paper and Stone”
Loch Tay Between the castle and the Loch— a long way by car— we harness wet shadowless views of fells and sloped valleys. Between the bald… Read more “Dunes of Heather”
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Eric at Gold Beach in Normandy, 2014 “The Leaves are Falling off the Trees” ~Normandy 2014 Tanks do not float and we…
Forecast Thinning sycamores dance in the turbulent gray gossip of thunder. A cathedral sky beckons— the steel rain is not far off.
To celebrating the release of the second edition of Reconnaissance, enjoy this poem about first editions. Click the title to order your own first edition at a… Read more “First Editions”
Perforations acorns spackle a plot of grass, denting the earth with such humble perforations not one is destined to rootand and yet their collective persistence, their uniform,… Read more “Inconceivable”