Clyde McCulley is a retired college professor of art. He has published several books and is now writing poems, many relating to his own childhood. He lives in Portland Maine with his wife Susan and cat Shadow.
the sound of the sun
the sound of the sun lying in bed he hears the sun rise forest full of trees trees full of birds birds full of song he rises, feels for his cane shuffles his way outside to the warmth of the sun and orchestra of birds turns towards the rays that he cannot see opens his ear lids and smiles at the morning
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Boy and Kite (02/10/2020)
shadow our cat (30/09/2020)
afraid of the dark (28/09/2020)
the sound of the sun (28/09/2020)
a gull or an angle (28/09/2020)
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