First Poem On Coffee House Writers

Today my poem The Death Of A Small Town Generation went live on Coffee House Writers. It sucked to write. The worst thing is that, as a Millennial, I know this experience is not unique. Even before COVID-19 hit, another epidemic had hit the United States. I’m going to try and instead think back toContinue reading “First Poem On Coffee House Writers”

Untitled Poems 1 – 4

Yesterday, I began sorting boxes my parents delivered over a year ago after Jacob and I moved into the house. One of these boxes was a mix of school papers, including some of my earliest poetry. These are the poems I’d forgotten about. Based on the folder, they were written sometime between 2000 and 2005,Continue reading “Untitled Poems 1 – 4”

A Moment Aflame – A Poem

Here’s a poem I wrote in 2016. Some poems age into themselves and their meanings change to readers over time based on current events. I won’t attempt to provide explanation or analysis. I do hope it resonates with you though. A Moment Aflame at tables cleaned and polished by our own hands we sitattempting personalContinue reading “A Moment Aflame – A Poem”