Category Archives: short verse
Strolling along hand in hand chatting Trotting behind – their dacshund So dogcilely Advertisements
Outside the Basilica a flock of priest recalling my Catholic schooling – I cross the street
You may sit in the garden, but God forbid that you lie. [my daughter introduced me to the term “hostile architecture” i.e. designing public spaces to discourage the homeless from using them.
Never announce what you plan to do to anyone not even you that way, when you forget, you’ll end the year with no regrets
Purple ribbons streaming names sidewalk’s prey remembered.
Fate: the intersection of Time and Space. Monday, June 12th Me on foot and a black Honda. [the longer version] I laugh and say I’m risk adverse I look both ways on one-way streets until yesterday, when I forgot. Too … Continue reading