The Red-Lettered Gospel of a Homeless Poet

Poet

Seattle’s evening rush hour traffic had finally eased off. An all-day rain had soaked the city silver. A man wearing a bear pelt cape called out as I exited Seattle’s Grand Hyatt Hotel. “Hey Miss!” Unsure who he was speaking to, I turned and faced him. Ratty dark hair hung in shoulder-length dreads.  He wore [Read More...]

God’s Poetry again

Prophecy. July. 2012

A year ago, when I was in my hometown, I stopped by the Starbucks on Manchester Expressway, not far from the junior high I attended. I was there working when I struck up a conversation with a young soldier. You know how I am. We talked about his growing up in Montana, about his being [Read More...]

New York City’s Mayor Mom

Bloomberg

(Editor’s Note: Disclaimer:  The following is NOT a real news story. It is satire, told for fun.  Still, I imagine someone will read this and prove Mayor Mom’s point.) Mayor Bloomberg must be having delusions of Mrs. Doubtfire. Bloomberg certainly seems confused. He’s mistaken the role of Mayor to that of Mom. We haven’t been exposed [Read More...]


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