Ellen’s face

Same dark blue eyes as I, Look out on life courageous I use to think my baby sister was lion hearted Fierless and true When young she was always first up the Tallest trees Ellen was too fast Like Diana Charles wife First speeding ticket at sixteen by Pigeon falls,Wisconsin To sit on the screenContinue reading “Ellen’s face”

Ralph(1)

A little mouse My sister Ellen named Lived not in a house but in our uncle Norm’s old relic A golden old truck Hole in floor boards Ellen drove the truck every where It wasn’t pretty It was loud The seat was hard, lumpy and The outside color was gold Rumbling bumbling along Sisters forContinue reading “Ralph(1)”

Chapter 11b,Lancaster County Amish Christmas by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Chapter 11a,Lancaster County Amish Christmas by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Neta Jackson

A higher voice Once blessed by a new ordained Female Baptise minister Traveling dinning Mount Rushmore Mointainroom Cary Grant in North by Northwest Hitchcock thriller shot at Mt.Rushmore concession Minister who blessed this gay poet, me 1994 Reading vol.7 Neta Jackson Same old feeling of unique Inner peace when I believed as a child AllContinue reading “Neta Jackson”

Simply Devine!

I now have vitamins Thought a friend cleaning out her cupboard as she does Necer before such a devine gift Usually to big clothes she no longer wanted Slip of a tongue Sinks ships Gets president whats his name 45 in dog house Funny just like rural America Bucks in field Bunks in pants ThomasContinue reading “Simply Devine!”

Chapter 20a,Katie up and down the hall by Glenn Plaskin