Tag: Death

The Brightest Star Among Them – A Poem

* For Margaret Hood When I close my eyes, I can see you so clearly. We’re sitting outside and the light is flickering in the dark. The air around us is warm with the scent of food and fire, strawberries and wine. There is… Continue Reading “The Brightest Star Among Them – A Poem”

Dear 2020

To say that 2020 has been a difficult year is an understatement. I’d like to say that the tagline for 2020 was “You sucked” but there were grains of light within all of the turmoil. I think it’s a year that tested a lot… Continue Reading “Dear 2020”

A Man Remembered – A Poem

There was a sea of police cars in front of my building. They dotted the pavement, their lights shining like flowers caught in the snow. Entering my building, I saw a stretcher in front of the elevators. It was red and empty. I wondered… Continue Reading “A Man Remembered – A Poem”

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