The longer we’re together my wife and I are asked more and more what’s our secret.
Do you know of a truck lot called ‘Chuck’s Trucks’ down by the one-horse bridge? Here is a pantoum about a party girl and a hoodie as they each make their way home after attending respective late night drinking parties. This poem is presented as a pantoum as well as partially in French for added ambiance.
Here’s a playful piece — having fun with some familiar Biblical characters. Inserting myself
with very good company in JESUS & MARY & MOSES & ME.
If you write, you’ll likely know the
experience of waking up in the night and trying to record some good thought in the darkness before losing the flow. Ah, but the rub is, trying to make sense of it the next morning.
Hello, Sunshine. It’s good to see you. This first poem reflects the essence of OFF THE WALL. What are we if we can’t laugh? Laughter is what makes human beings unique in the universe. Let’s celebrate it.
Neil Garvie reads his poem, The Witch Old Man and the Fishers, from his first book of poetry about the environment, Silence Craves a Voice.