Category Archives: Original Poetry

Reprinted Poem — Advice From a Bat

From the “I Wish I’d Written That Department” — Here’s a clever poem by Michael T. Young that I’ve recently run across and I can’t help sharing. Advice from a Bat by Michael T. Young Hunt only at night. Fly erratically. Defy even your own expectations. Feed on beetles, moths, and mosquitoes, whatever is small

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Happy Spring!

In honor of spring, I’m republishing my poem My Rite of Spring, from my book Some Poems About Life. My Rite of Spring I consider myself a peaceable soul. I value all manner of livable things. Insects and mice, spiders and voles. Just about anything Mom Nature brings. But I do have my standards. I

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Original Poem — On Squash

The nice people on The Pangolin Review website have published one of my poems — Issue 4, 8 July ( )!  Unfortunately, you have to scroll down and hunt for it, so I’ll copy it here to save you the trouble.   On Squash How did the vegetable squash get its name? For something you

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