I Don’t Wish to be Friends with the Past (National Poetry Month)

unsplash-logoJonathan Bowers I don’t wish to be friends with the past Tis like tiptoeing through a graveyard of broken headstones crumbling Where sculpted angels with folded wings weep And forgotten crypts lay dark I’ve grown, and changed, and got older While yet the lay still where I left them In the same spot, the same […]

Silence and the rest of you life (Poem)

I took yesterday (4/4) off from National Poetry month to observe the anniversary of the passing of Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. as well as the birthday of the late, great, Doctor Maya Angelou who would have been 90 years old. So, I would like to continue today with a poem request from a friend […]