Member since April 12, 2016 | 140 Readings |
John Santana is a college librarian with an unpublished novel. A former newspaper reporter, he has dabbled from time to time in poetry. He reads a lot of poetry to his children, who are both fans of Robert Frost and William Carlos Williams.
Kindness is their greatest virtue, but / Insults still fly between them. / Do they believe the harsh words, or is it / Some strange display of…
For the eternally / displaced, “Home” is an icon / or a browser tab /
Our own devices / create / our own reality. / Our own reality / creates / our own divides. / Our own divides / create / our own isolation. /
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it’s time to water the heucheras / / they’re letting their wings / grow again / / and their little heart-shaped leaves / turn into hearts…
Laundromat Owner: A To-Do List
open the washer lids / check for people inside / hiding from their problems / or trying to sanitize them / check the dryers for toddlers / they…
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