Tag Archives: Denver

Poem: Steep Spires

The steep spires The stained glass The carved statues The old books The unhappy people Posed questions They couldn’t answer When all along The answers I sought Were in a patient part I simply needed To unlock the lock And listen quietly To a peaceful heart — About the poem: I don’t have a religion, but if […]

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Poem: Flying through the Night …on a B-Cycle in Denver

Pedaling my bike Sailing through pools of street light Flying through the night — About the poem: I wrote this poem in May in South Korea. But this week, riding my bike at night from Denver Botanic Gardens to my friendly Starbucks on 2nd and Fillmore in Cherry Creek, Denver, I felt the same exhilaration! […]

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Poem: City Park Picnic

The late summer sun was showing off But the big old trees had seen it all before The shade was plenty thick enough For us to sit under Side by side The wide stretches of green Were filled with Soccer teams And more soccer teams Geese and more geese Kids at the playgrounds And picnickers […]

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