Photo and a Poem: July 26, 2019

July 26, 2019Photo by Melanie Black FlowersA Poem by Mark S. Peel there are only but so many waysyou can tell her you love her i guess it’s in the number of timesthat you do that truly counts but don’t let the time go bybetween the times you show itthat’s simply not...

Photo and a Poem: July 19, 2019

July 19, 2019Photo by Stephen Borkowski CancerA Poem by Jack R. Wesdorp The records in your atticare correct but erratic,whole chapters have gone missingwhen your captain went fishing.There’s some tantalizing crockswhen your ship first left the docks,there’s a lock of...

Photo and a Poem: July 12, 2019

July 12, 2019Photo by Dick Salmon Cloud WordsA Poem by Hilde Oleson I was lying in bed the way the doctor said I shouldOne can only sleep ¾ of the timeSo as I lay awake I semi-dreamed.A cloud of words came flying by,White fluffy clouds bearing the imprint of your...