Cloud Watching and Card Games

Today the clouds play cards and their faces are cut by stone, with glossed over eyes of granite, finely carved. I walked by the Municipal Services Center where folks pay bills and parking fines and where that banner hangs calling Saint Petersburg the City of Sunshine. I walked by the Newsstand from the Tamba Bay … Continue reading Cloud Watching and Card Games

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“Intermezzo Summer: Observations of an Absurd Writer’s Group” a poem

Intermezzo sunshine, never skimpin' on the fun times. Walls white, clean like an Apple Store, and everybody folds in place like the wings of a paper crane and everybody logs-in to this multiplayer game. Pearly eyed poets and wrinkly fingered writers, rambling, peanut butter and jamming to soft indie rock, feet tapping, pens snapping a … Continue reading “Intermezzo Summer: Observations of an Absurd Writer’s Group” a poem