“America is Failing Our Students,” a Poem

Originally published (April 28, 2015) by Marr's Field Journal. Ocean like an ink well, drop drop drop as the people as the people like pens across a page. Dotting “i”s crossing “t”s, dotting eyes, dotting eyes, dotting eyes as pupils listening to teacher speak. Teacher speak, teacher speak, teacher speaking to empty schools of fish. … Continue reading “America is Failing Our Students,” a Poem

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“A Science Fiction Poem about Star-Crossed Lovers,” a Poem

Originally published (August 29, 2019) by Z Publishing in Alabama's Best Emerging Poets 2019: An Anthology. I want to write a poem about outer space.A science fiction romance.Two lovers, stars in the Milky Way.Lovers, obsessed with the moon, Saturn,With nebulae and star clustersBecause there’s a spark in – a fascination inThe absence of civilizations – … Continue reading “A Science Fiction Poem about Star-Crossed Lovers,” a Poem

“Daily Life and Other Oddities,” a Poem

Originally published digitally (January 15, 2014) and in print (April 1, 2014) by Crack the Spine. MOVIE TICKET Crumpled crumpling craving of life of social interactions. Entertaining interactions for days, upon days, upon days. Days of new, new never needless, new never needless needling its way into an esophagus. Esophagus, ectopic, endometriosis, elephants in the … Continue reading “Daily Life and Other Oddities,” a Poem