Category Archives: Auburn

POEM: haiku

the streets are full of shouting in the southern college town where the last second counted 30 November 2013 Oak Street [Photo: Melissa Humble, Auburn University Photo Services]

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POEM: another farewell

another farewell after 37 moves you’d think I’d be an expert at saying goodbye but every farewell is bittersweet with each handshake or hug I leave a little piece of me in the care of a friend after 37 moves, … Continue reading

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POEM: kissing Jane

kissing Jane the entire poem is in the title except that he never did it 28 August 2013 Auburn, AL

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Alabama: space is the place

Alabama: space is the place saw a Saturn 1B rocket towering over the trees as I entered Alabama not far from where Sonny Blount was born 27 August 2013 Elkmont, AL

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POEM: after seeing The World’s End

after seeing The World’s End everyone was replaced by an exact replica as we left the theater the lights were off the halls were empty the doors were locked the parking lot was silent we walked a little faster to … Continue reading

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POEM: adding to the list

adding to the list you give away and you pack and you pack and you give away then after a while it’s just you in an apartment with new echoes wandering from room to room opening drawers to ensure they’re … Continue reading

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