First of all, pat yourself on the back and buy yourself a beer for clicking on this section. Appreciation of poetry is a dying animal. Those of you who clicked on this page by accident…well, dumb luck counts too!
I will feature some of my poetry and try not to put you all to sleep. I would rather be kissing someone just like you would, but since I can’t, I have words to spit and swallow.
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I have two books of self-published poetry: Throwing Grapes at Bravados and Fuel for Any Bonfire. I have four self-published chapbooks: Woman Swallowed by the Earth, How to Put a Pet Rock to Sleep, Four O’clock in Dog Years, and The Black Chamber.
The following poem comes from my book Fuel for Any Bonfire.
Ode to a Ladder