COOKED POTATOES AND MEAT 4/22/2011 Copyright 2011 Gordon Kuhn Poet in the Rain The counter was bare and empty So I took the first available lonely old seat And my … Continue reading COOKED POTATOES AND MEAT
ANTIQUE THOUGHTS 4/25/11 Copyright 2011 Gordon Kuhn Poet in the Rain T’was twilight’s gentle waking hour. The day bird sought shelter in its leafy tower. Came the scent of an … Continue reading Antique Thoughts
MUSIC TOUCHES 4/14/2011 Copyright 2011 Gordon Kuhn Poet in the Rain Music touches me deeply, softly, sweetly A thousand words in a single note My soul entranced, seduced completely
Stupidity makes me angry. Wholesale, total stupidity. Not the kind that happens when you cut your thumb slicing a onion while making a sandwich, or trip over the dog in … Continue reading YOU KNOW WHAT MAKES ME ANGRY?
Tee Tyson does a fantastic job reading my poetry. And, at the very end she does a surprise reading of one her teenage poems that I think is incredible. She … Continue reading A Reading by Tee L. Tyson
Jimmy Carter, he has got to be the happiest man alive now that Obama has elevated him from being the worst president in history to being the “almost” worst president … Continue reading Jimmy Carter
Kangaroos. Kangaroos get my goat. Watched a show about them this morning. Those furry tall things that hop around all over Australia with a pocket up front. They say they … Continue reading You know what gets my goat?
I still think this blog is not connecting with Facebook.
Little bottles with safety child proof safety caps. The medicine is inside and I’m on the outside looking at the inside and do you think I can get the damn … Continue reading YOU KNOW WHAT MAKES ME MAD?
This message is to Facebook. Someone broke into my blog and sent messages. I’ve blocked that person. Please release my blog.
For some reason FB has gotten the idea that my poems are spam. What????? Or, worse than that….abusive. Double What????
CLOWNS 4/11/2011 Copyright 2011 Gordon Kuhn Poet in the Rain The field in which the lovers quiet lay; they, quite naked, on that gentle summer’s day. Naked, but did not … Continue reading Clowns