Cat Over Clock

Poetry Saves the World




There are people that wonder Around the brick ways and platforms Talking excitedly of books and seeking connections Open your ear and their favorites will be yours and their favorites will be mine. As April closes we adventure, revel in... Continue Reading →

Lunch on the Train

Twenty five of us not so much jammed in above the wheels this early evening moment trying not to give spasm to a thickly fabriced shoulder or touch a red sleeve. Reading over your shoulder maybe I learn you want... Continue Reading →


On the streetcar with the house- covered hills passing by, the woman whose world just flooded overnight grins at me. "God must have really liked it," she says. "There is so much of it." "Of what?" To my inquiry she... Continue Reading →

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