I find that I write poems in spurts and then don't write any for a couple of weeks. Here is one, and I got another one coming soon. Enjoy guys! (Written 01/16/2019) “I get behind the wheel. I start to get a feel For the power in this hunk of steel. I start today. “I … Continue reading Poem: Learning to Drive (A Parody)
Well, it's December, and my schedule is getting crazy busy (hopefully not a lame excuse for the delay). I finally got finished typing this, and it is another religious poem. I was inspired by quote on the backs of the books in Dr. Taylor Marshall's Sword and Serpent trilogy: "Saints aren't born; they are forged." The poem builds on that saying. Enjoy!
I am working on a longer piece, and it is taking a while. So I decided to write this one before I finished the other one. Hopefully I will be able to finish/type the other one before too long. I might have some more regular-length poems posted before it, though. Anyway, this one is based … Continue reading Poem: The Hobo
More Christian religious views here. I was late posting this because it took a long time to type. Also, note that in the 16th stanza, "an" is an archaic form of "if". Enjoy guys. (Written 10/25/2018) One day two men came upon one another, And upon seeing the other, The men embraced like brothers. … Continue reading Poem: Reasoning with a Friend on Friday
I saw a documentary the other day ago about the Chernobyl disaster, and that inspired me to write this. This poem is about one of the men who adventured to the town of Pripyat near Chernobyl in order to have a look around after the disaster. I got the name from Steve Rothery's (Marillion) solo album … Continue reading Poem: The Ghost of Pripyat
Down in Georgia, this accurately described most falls. This ain't your typical northeastern autumn. It's the south. 🙂 Enjoy! (Written 10/03/2018) Well, it’s October and autumn now, And I don’t quite know how, But nature seems to have no beauty to give, For all the leaves still are green and live. I say, a … Continue reading Poem: This Isn’t Supposed to Be Like This
Well, I tried to post this Friday, but I couldn't figure out how to get my printer to scan that thing to my computer. Sorry about that. Anyway, hope you like this poem. I decided to try my hand at drawing, since I couldn't have any illustrations for my earlier narrative poem The Assassin. Hopefully … Continue reading Poem: The Wolf