Category: Poetry

Come

Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood.Marie Curie (1867-1934) French Physicist       Audio of the poem you can read as you scroll down   Come, let me just hold you, FearYou may squeeze me, here hereWhen you’re sobbing it’s okayI’m here for you Life can be hard, […]

Early Writings

By the age of eighteen I was a goodlooking fellow But, awkward and sometimes scary as a leech. I was trying to make sense of myself, Eventhough I was drinking, taking drugs, And wearing a mask to hide my self. Six feet high A dreaming eye I remember some snippets of my early poems. I […]