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thanks, tom | everyday-poetry.com

A Writer’s Midlife Confession

I’m thirty-five, single, and my life doesn’t look like I hoped it would at this point. There are plenty of great things …

lady in waiting | everyday-poetry.com

live the life you’ve imagined

I learned this, at least, by my experiment: that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to …

remember the spring | everyday-poetry.com

the truth of spring

[17 February 2012…the end] An end to a beginning — of sorts. A sort of true false-start. The story won’t necessarily start …

in loving memory of life | everyday-poetry.com

never too late

Yesterday as I was wandering around Elmwood Cemetery taking pictures, I wondered why graveyards fascinate me so much — warm green grass …

a humbling reflection

One day there’ll be almost nothing except what you’ve written down, then only what you’ve written down well, then little of that.” …

looking over an old poem i wrote, "jónsi sang go", 2010

a bemused beginning

…and so it begins. And beginnings aren’t often beautiful or dramatic or clear-cut. Often, they overlap with endings or middles, all of …