Poets often say what I’m thinking. Sometimes it is I, sometimes it is someone else.

A Visit from Minerva (Children Learn What They Live)
“Bayou Folks” (Joshua Wichterich)
“The Second Coming” (Yeats) and “Present Tense” (Vedder)
Closer to the Heart (by Neil Peart and Peter Talbot)
Socks Meet the Bubbleheads in San Diego (“Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost)
Socks Ponder Minneapolis (“Ozymandias” by Percy Bysshe Shelley)
In Memory of a Kid (“Dirge Without Music” by Edna St. Vincent Millay)
One Yellow Leaf Outside the Window
“Trees” by Joyce Kilmer
Winter Light
Snow on the Bayou
Summer Lightning
Drifting Thoughts on the Mississippi
Spring Cathedral
April Fool’s the Fireplace
Ode to My Spoons
A View of the Rain from the Front Porch
Sparta, Louisiana – Where Nowhere Is Here Now

Summer Leaves Fall (“Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost)
“The Raindrops on Your Old Tin Hat” by John Hunter Wickersham
Green and Brown
Meet Doute – Friend and Togolese Poet
“In Flanders Field” by John McCrae
Tree Stump
It Snowed Today in Paris
Warm Winter Trees