Joan of Arc

He sits upon the far side of the river shining blue; it’s the day of battle, and hope, when the English meet their doom. The sweat upon his furrowed brow stings like a fly. The smell of a thousand unwashed men, of dirty horses, and lye. His courage begins to slip away, the October wind…Read more »


Of Algebra and Geometry, I fail at X and Y, of Calculus and Trigonometry, the curve is topsy-turvy.  These numbers and that alphabet, a language inconceivable. Coming to class I do regret, the answers unachievable  I search both high and low for where beta lies, it might under Ceva’s Theorem, near the Law of Sines. …Read more »


I lie awake in failing light the storm feeds my pain. The whiskey bottle becomes half gone, the bittersweet taste of grain.   The lies that came from me, they crushed and burned my best friend. Sorry and please don’t mean a thing, She will never see me again. Temptation, lust and jealousy, we cut…Read more »


Another night fades into light, the hunger comes in waves. This terrible love is calling, it’s deathly price I pay. I seek and search down streets of grey for the green god of earth, I need her gift, his song, her dance, his power to betray. I find my love, my hate, my need whose…Read more »

A Fathers Day Poem

My son today you are a man, of life we will speak. The lord above looks out for you, stay humble, strong, and meek. Listen well and understand, in life, I didn’t plan. Of luck and lady destiny, prayers and parchment made a man. For worshiping the god of gold, you’ll pay a heavy price.…Read more »