Game of Life

This outpouring of emotion discusses a game we all know well, the most serious in which we will ever participate.


It takes a rose to reveal the weakness which the subject of this poem hides so well.


A young man’s anger at his father, contempt for the reality that he is assuming his image, and failing attempts to give up his love for the man.


Like a serpent, depression bites to kill with its poison. But we still cling to it when we have little else.

Mirror Dance

An expression of the frustration of living in a world where we are trained to “be what they want to see.”