Tagged: death

Death Poems 0

To Ginsberg

Poem   Ginsberg wept For the soul of others, But I weep for his soul alone. If only I could be his Green eyed copy boy, And He my troubled Home. Sweet roses bloom...

Believes Poem 0

Found

Poem   Light thinned the world and ebbed with his breath as he wept: Why do you forsake me? I loved you more than my own. I would take your death thirty-fold than choose...

American Culture Poems 0

Lukewarm

American Culture Poems   Sometimes it seems Bringing an umbrella Brings out the sunbeams That Band-Aids and health insurance Brings health and longevity That thinking of the worst Brings happiness and reassurance That fire...

Life Poems Short 0

It Is All About A Choice

Poem   When seven is early and eight is late, I came to Ninasam and got it straight. There are some places which make you feel like a clean slate. When seven is early...

Short Family Story 0

Catch With My Dad

Short Family Story   My dad and I used to play catch a lot. We’d go out to the backyard and just toss the ball for a little bit. I loved watching baseball, so...

Haibun Poetry, Still Life 0

First Easter after Dad

Haibun Poetry   Chocolate-centered pastries; strawberry shortcake; sliced pineapple, melon and cantaloupe: all on platters spread across the row of tables. A pitcher of homemade red wine sits near empty glasses. Mira and her...

Free Story 0

The Note

Short Story   My life was coming to a close. Finally, after the constant years of torment, it was finished. I lived brought along the horrid baggage of disappointment and dejection each day. It...

Place Poem, The Pacific Design Center 0

The Pacific Design Center

Place Poem   A man fell to his death. “Likely suicide,” they said, as if he tripped, dropped off eleven floors by accident or saw his widow place her hands over her ears to...