Manor Ave.

For one summer
I was invincible,
Flying underneath
the trees.

A pink bicycle
was my wings,
three friends
sharing one joyride.

Learned how to fly
thanks to my ducks
Melissa & Kim

One block
in a one square mile
town
seemed like the world.

Tracks
encapsulated
by wet cement,
flanked by fireflies
held close by August nights

Days of smiling and shrieking
bellies full of slushies.

I never rode again.

Harrison 

Memories filled streets

Friendly neighbors say hello

One square mile town

Impromptu Street Performance

This is a video of me doing a spontaneous reading of my latest poem “Identity” at Riverview Park in Jersey City, New Jersey with people playing the conga.

 

Apocaplyse

Floating umbrellas

Shoveling igloo tunnels

Snow up to my eyes

Park

Distant chuch bells sing

Breeze blows by, hint of summer

Bench facing the world

Home

Jersey City Dreaming

New York City winking, gleaming

Living enveloped