I will never forget the day that Hemingway died Nor of how he died on ‘61’s second day of July I was sixteen years old way back then And far … Continue reading THE DAY THAT HEMINGWAY DIED
KIRKUS REVIEW Kuhn’s debut true-crime story shows how a violent man’s life led him to death row. The author uses interviews and other sources to piece together the life of … Continue reading KIRKUS REVIEW OF DO YOU KNOW HOW TO FLY?
Eric sat up in the smother of hay and looked at the two other mice whose faces had emerged from behind a pile of damp fiber. “I told you he … Continue reading Eric the Field Mouse conti.
And so as evening fell fully away from the day and Those watching went their separate way Speaking not of evil left there cloaked in dark wings And left behind … Continue reading ALEEN Continued
Angels or demons cast their nets Wide caught those with memories Memories of rights and wrongs, I think Those with recall so sharp and clear Memories of thoughts themselves cursed … Continue reading HAUNTED MEMORIES
She came softly Easily to his bed was led And he found himself—suddenly dismantled Unexpected the world spinning about his head As if enjoying a first time cup of rich … Continue reading Dismantled by Love
Lost She had blue eyes, Vulnerable, blue eyes And they held him in their grasp Gentleness lived there so much he had to gasp And she never spoke; she … Continue reading
Eric suddenly realized something was wrong. The hay smelled stale, rotted actually. How long had he slept, he wondered? Hours? Days? No, impossible, he had never slept for more than … Continue reading Eric the Tiny Field Mouse contin.