A Poem for the Road

Many Thanks and Much Appreciation to Phillip Giambri and Editors for accepting my poem, “A Poem for the Road”, for publication in Rimes of the Ancient Mariner Anthology!  It is an honor to have my work published in the anthology alongside the work of many other excellent poets and writers.

You can check out the “Ancient Mariner” web link below:




Notes on Title Fighting



in the middle
of one serious

to my pursuit
of success as i
follow my dreams

i finally stopped crying
i finally stopped complaining
i finally stopped sleeping
i finally stopped stressing

must change my pace
in the ring
must step back
lay on the ropes
and let opposition swing

let opposition swing
while i cover my head
let opposition swing
while i take blows to muscle
let opposition swing
while i deflect with strong arms

let opposition swing
while i stay on the ropes

and wait…

for my day, my hour, my minute, my moment, my round


“Notes On Title Fighting” and many other poems can be read in “Good Morning New Year”


Thanks to Mad Gleam Press

Thanks to Mad Gleam Press for publishing my piece “Some Big Dogs of the Street” in your Vol II publication POSTmortem___ !!!

I’ve already read a few of poems and I am enjoying this publication.  To all who follow my blog (or FB page), if you would like to get yourself a copy of  POSTmortem, just click the link below.  You will find great art, poetry, prose and more in it.  You can also find my work on page 106 🙂



Thank You Mad Gleam Press

Thrilled to have my piece “Some Big Dogs of the Street” accepted for POST(blank) Vol 2: POSTmortem. Thank You MadGleam Press. I’m looking forward to seeing all the other poems and artwork in the issue at next week’s sneak peak!
To all my blog followers and friends who may be in the New York area next week, join me at the sneak peak or join me at the official launch. Click both links below for more info:
Mad Gleam Press Sneak Peak

Mad Gleam Press Launch Party


Poems about Great Dining

All my friends know I like to write about food from time to time (in my poems: “meatloaf at the airport” & ribs on the road”)…I am honored to have a poem about a meal & a NYC restaurant appear in dineANDrhyme! This is a great blog that blends great poetry with great dining! Check out some of the posts from many of the contributors in the links of this blog…and of course you can read my post too !


District Social — dineANDrhyme

District Social 252 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018 http://www.districtsocialnyc.com House Cured Salmon at District Social it is another Friday night in New York City and I feel like socializing started to walk up the street a block or two then… like an interesting sight like a demure lady refined it’s window caught my eye […]

via District Social — dineANDrhyme