“Advent”: A Poem

Advent We hold on to our demise-- what things we hold on to! Lamp-posts line cold streets: lightless, lifeless, leafless poking about in irrelevance. Rosy cheeks cross rosy streets, a subtle blush sponged upon the winter droll; everything is fine. “Say it enough, and it's yours if you just believe,” thumped from a television set,... Continue Reading →

My First Published Poem

Really, this is late news, but last fall a poem of mine was selected to fill the pages of Glass Mountain, "a literary journal edited by undergraduate students at the University of Houston" and "dedicated to showcasing the works from undergraduate and emerging artists." This, of course, is a humble achievement (I wasn't exactly published... Continue Reading →

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