written 1/9/2017 - As winter draws a storm over California, the isolated writer stretches his imagination toward a beautiful harmony with another person.
written 9/21/2015 - The poet's lover is like a spark on the first night of fall.
written 4/23/2016 - Beauty strains to unite with more beauty, connecting a delicious surface with substantial depth.
written 10/1/2015 - The poet wishes his love would see him looking at the same moon.
written 4/21/2015 - Letter to a beautiful woman who has left the poet.
written 10/31/2015 - A man gathers flowers for a woman he likes.
written 11/24/2016 - Speaking from his heart, the poet expresses his desire for a woman who thinks he has forgotten her.
written 6/1/2015 - Why does the beauty of the moon peer in at our intimate desires?
written 8/29/2015 - Prayer to the moon in its many quantum realities for a future filled with joy.
written 11/13/2016 - Dreams withdraw passion from an uncertain future as a woman, like the changing moon, glows and comes closer to her lover's arms.
written 1/1/2016 - Reflections to a teenager from a father who sees himself in his son.
written 3/7/2016 - Remembering all the dreams of happiness, the poet remains alone.
written 2/10/2017 - The poet finds himself turning into rain pouring down over the empty altar of his passion.
written 3/23/2017 - No pain is greater than memory of happiness in present sorrow, and one block in Sacramento brings back both.
written 2/18/2016 - A history of making love catches up with the poet.
written 9/1/2016 - Whatever skittybittygitty is, I want some!
written 7/4/2016 - Swimming in a lake binds two people together.
written 8/2/2016 - Desire for romance proves no armor against the sharp reversal of subject and object.
written 5/30/2016 - A tunnel leads between an old life and a new life.
written 4/2/2016 - Intimations of grandeur end in nothing.
written 7/21/2015 - A dream becomes a reflection.
written 2/14/2016 - Create your own poem for Valentine's Day and send it to your lover.
written 5/2/2016 - All the poems ever written have a home on your skin.