Tag Archives: poem by Gene Myers
lightning in the distance the feeling of a poem clearing the table
Sometimes you need to lose things – a security camera hangs in the corner
little god knelt at his bed before counting sheep
Mitch’s friend Bob felt sorry for him at the bar, even a little embarrassed for him when he spent $40 on a massage from a 20-year-old. It didn’t get any better when Bob questioned him. Mitch said it was the … Continue reading
Our dinner guest has thrown His keys into the burning bush again God shrugged No one saw
I am a ship to the moment. Say this with me: You are a king in front of a king, and we are living, in part, in a former kingdom. And still, someone isn’t calling. Has anyone been blessed? The … Continue reading
In Your Eye (in flux mind) Like the idea of a fly overhead in a frog just before it springs to life: the fluttering sound of an eyelid. A frozen rabbit; in flux; thanks to; a fox; out of the; … Continue reading
In the afterlife Will they have been watching? Or do they need to be caught up?
The Rise from Forever & a Day 1 bone 1 scratch on the bone 1 cave 1 dead crow pointed to with the scratched end of the bone 1 token 1 taken away North A building with a roof that … Continue reading
Two falling snowflakes my hands
(For David Nagler) The long heavens The long exceptions Flowers in focus before the dark horizon The present that nothing could prevent As for my part… I stumble anytime I enter a room I trip over the change in light … Continue reading
I used to be in asbestos abatement, not a bad racket for a hologram to be in. Then, one day, the law enforcement came along and it was conscious love against the aging all over again. King David was quoted … Continue reading
Borders from frogs rivers from frogs Egypt from frogs… Do your hands take the place of frogs?