Monthly Archives: February 2020

Shadow of Venus

Like Venus smiling in the twilight you’ve cut a shadow across my life— imperceptible while upstaged by the blatant sun or fickle moon but I still feel your cold caress— your light whispering in my ear— every cup of coffee, … Continue reading

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Singing Silence

Want to hear someone sing one of my poems? Bre Stephens, the founder and editor of The Dark Sire Literary Magazine, is collaborating with Fernando Fidanza and his project, Old Folk for New Poets, where he writes music to accompany … Continue reading

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Sex in the Sea

(Last night Living Poetry attended the Science Cafe at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. The program was called Sex and the Sea: Love Stories, for Valentine’s Day, of course. Watch the show! The poetry starts at around 46 … Continue reading

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Stoic North of Time, a Parliament of Stones marks some green pushing through the cracked concrete. This disease tears rock into sand, worse than rain and relentless wind. The animals came and went without notice. Plants too will pass, with … Continue reading

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