Poetry Reading at the Boulder Bookstore

Michael Knisely to present a poetry reading at the Boulder Bookstore on Tuesday, May 9th, at 6:30 p.m., $5 admission.

Merry Christmas, My Friend

‘Twas the night before Christmas, he lived all alone, In a one bedroom house made of plaster and stone. I had come down the chimney with presents to give, And to see just who in this home did live.

Poem by Charlotte Hull

Stay home you say another day I think it’s okay and I do it your way But the next day, my dear, I’m “outta here” Now I’m told you are on hold Can’t go anywhere, I don’t think that is fair

Hear Less . . . Listen More

By John Turek ~ I’m aging . . my body is in decline For example, my ears can’t hear what they used to Recently I’ve discovered this reality to be a gift Because, I listen more

Be My Valentine

By Harold Shuler ~ “Be my Valentine,” I said, practicing once more. But now, my will abandons me as I approach your door. King Super’s Flowers wilt away in an unsteady hand, A tender note of fervent love is held by rubber band.

We Are The Passing Of Two Ships

By Monique Walker ~ We are the passing of two ships. Old wavy days across the ocean. Midnight stars reflect our true bloom. Tis the journey we call life. Ever splicing into each other’s lives.

If Only You Knew

By Monique Walker ~ If you knew how much I love you, you would no longer fear. You would walk upon frozen waters with clear thought. If you knew how much I thought of you, and prayed for you…sorrow would not enter inside of you…for it would become a quiet whisper, powerless and unable to […]

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