Poem: Do You Remember When?

Do you remember when We would ride our bikes Through the entire town Just to buy bubble gum? Do you remember when We would play baseball In the middle of the street Until the sun went down? Do you remember when We would play hide and seek And climb over fences and trees Until the... Continue Reading →

Poem: No Direction To Go On The Open Road

On the open road. No direction to go. No place to be.  Just the wind in my hair. The past behind me. Oh how I want to be free!  I want to go north. See the mountains climb. Feel the cold breeze in my face. Taste glacier pure water.  Smell the evergreen trees. Oh how... Continue Reading →

Poem: God Alone Endures Forever

Red rose petals wilt away. Blue moon silently grows old. Nebulous clouds fall asleep. But God remains, I am told. Mountains lose their youthfulness Ocean waves give up at shore. Lakes fatigue in summer droughts. But Jesus lives forevermore. Fierce lion roar fades in the wind. Human wisdom is snuffed out. Sun rays dim in... Continue Reading →

Poem: The Mirror From Within

Is this really me facing the lucid glass? Reflections without Don't reflect within. Radiating smile. Jovial blue eyes. Unstained teeth. Don't show underneath. I let the world know My flesh is fine. Then I calmly hide While storms brew inside. But the show must go on. I play the lead role. Worship my image. Ignore... Continue Reading →

Poem: Nature’s Faith

The sun is faithful. It rises and sets Each and every day It never forgets. The fields are patient. They wait for the rays. To give plants energy Despite cloudy days. The animals are loyal. Being devoted to the sun. Soaking up the power To fight, jump, and run. The Earth is trustworthy To partner... Continue Reading →

Poem: Counting Riches Or Stars?

Bizarre How you Count silly stars That are extremely far When you can count money And build aspirations on this Earth. My friend, for what it's worth Riches are brittle like hay. Dreams are solid clay. Looking to ponder What counts? Wonder. Chad A. Damitz

Poem: The First Sign Of Civilization

What is the first sign of civilization? Let me guess. Fish hooks or clay pots? The expert responded: "No, it's not." The student asked: "What is it then?" A broken femur that has fully healed. In nature, if you break your leg you die. You can't run or hunt and this is why. No lone... Continue Reading →

Poem: Fire From The Void

How are you feeling? Where are you going? Why are you running so fast? The man behind me asked. As we grew apart. His words bounced away. Like wandering stars. They completely decayed. I drifted within. The silence began. I don't know where I am. Even to this day. Who will rescue me? Anyone have... Continue Reading →

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