I become a pillar of salt as I stare backward.
A Publishing Journey, #22: Poem “Salt”
If the salt loses its flavor . . . it is then good for nothing but to be thrown out and trampled underfoot by men.
My 15th Published Writing: Poem “Eyes”
"Eyes" is a poem consisting of two inverted dodoitsu and concerning the facelessness constant mask-wearing gives us.
If you don’t even have access to basic necessities, "make lemonade" is probably an old & meaningless proverbial phrase.
“The Senator’s Dream (A Bob Dylan Parody)”
I first wrote this poem as lyrics for a Dylan parody song. In honor of Dylan’s 79th birthday May 24th, in anticipation of his new album, & in disappointment of COVID-19 pausing Dylan’s Never Ending Tour, I present this parody here.
My Twelfth & Thirteenth Published Writings: Poem “The Earth Lives On” & Essay “Sidewalk Chalk”
Many thanks to the West Florida Literary Federation for including 2 of my coronavirus-inspired pieces of writing in their collection Life in the Time of Corona.
2 Quick Coronavirus Humor Poems
Here are two, quick, coronavirus humor poems I jotted down in the last few weeks. Enjoy!
“A Beam of Hope”
The world is burning all around us, but there is still hope.