ONE WEEK AWAY!!!
The “As We Keep Our Social Distance” Virtual Poet’s Stage” – Event Two
Join us online -AGAIN- as we present 3 outstanding Poets who will be featuring at this online event.
Date: Sunday, April 19th, 2020
Time: 4:00PM EDT to 5:30PM EDT (GMT-6)
Location: Online – Zoom
21 years and over please
—Karen Neuberg — Poet, Author, New York, NY
—Francine Witte — Poet, Author, Playwright, New York, NY
—Matthew Hupert — Poet, Author, New York, NY
Hosted by Jerry T Johnson
Despite Our Current Woe, Happy Poetry Month!!!
I plan to post a poem a day for National Poetry Month. May these posts give you a moment of pause, a moment to reflect.
This is just a sneak preview of my new chapbook , scheduled to be released late Spring:
A WARM WINTER
it is February
January’s snow is melted
reservoir ice too thin for skating
the ice fishers watch morning television
thousands of brown leaves cover
the banks and the mounds
naked trees sleep with no blanket
and there is no morning frost
only rain, splatters against sills,
panes, windshields gray as
the day, somber as a warm winter
we miss the fall of snowflakes
To be continued, end of sneak preview…
I guess my break is over. I just wrote the Intro (or the Forward) to the Relaunch of my first chapbook: Good Morning New Year: The Relaunch.
Not real sure about the subtitle but that is where my head is at.
I am planning a Relaunch Tour, beginning in November. Look for more info soon and by the way, the tour may come to a place near you!
Ninety Nine Haiku
I just noticed that over the past year, I have written over 90 haiku. I am interested in doing a book titled “Ninety Nine Haiku”.