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Poetry By On December 5, 2019

Close Enough

I want to hurt you if only to prove That you’ve finally let me in close enough to mean something to you.   -Sept 2019

Blogger By On December 4, 2019

Whats different about my third poetry collection

When I first started compiling my poems for my first collection, Cracked Open, I also realized what my following 2 collections would be able. We’ve finally reached number 3! My third collection will have the theme of Nature connecting the pages.   No chapters I enjoy chapbooks and collections that have chapters because it gives the reader more direction and…

Poetry By On December 2, 2019

Breaking

My heart only breaks because I know I’m breaking yours and I’m so sorry about that.   -2019

Poetry By On December 1, 2019

The Family You Found

You weren’t close to family by blood but you found brothers young who still surround you to this day.   You pledged to brotherhood in college and choose a career where you stand in a line full of brothers in blue.   You’re the most resourceful  and willful man I know.  You could let me be your family too.  

Poetry By On November 29, 2019

Picture Memories

I know you might think  that if he was out of the picture that you and I might still be in frame. But even without him we’d still be shattered glass on the floor. I’m sorry that shards of your heart are there too because only picture memories are left of me and you.   -Sept 2019

Blogger By On November 27, 2019

Interview with Poet Jamey Boelhower – Installment 16

Today we have Jamey Boelhower who has published many collections for the years! Jamey writes poetry, blogs, and a fiction novel Under the Lights. Since Jamey wrote a collection along side his son, one could guess his collection circle around family and life tribulations.   What’s the biggest difference in your poetry from your first collection to your most recent? One…

Blogger By On November 26, 2019

Review of Our Whimsical World by Lauren M. Hancock (Alice Well)

The talented author and illustrator Lauren M. Hancock, (also known as Alice Well) got in touch with me earlier this month and swapped books, here’s my review of Our Whimsical World: Illustrated Stories. Our Whimsical World offers bright rhymes, vibrant illustrations, and profound lessons. Majority of the characters are animals and inanimate objects that really plays into the whimsical theme….

Poetry By On November 25, 2019

The Reality of You

This reunion isn’t as I imagined it would be. I knew I’d changed  over the past 3 years  but I forgot that you could too. I’ve built fantasies from past memories  But all I have to show for it  is a disappointing reality.   -Sept 2019