My Christmas Wish this year is for the world to continually strive to be a better place. My wish is for people to get along, regardless of their political or religious beliefs (or otherwise). My wish is for everything to stop being so political, life's too short. My wish is for everyone to get their... Continue Reading →
Is falling in love again worth the risk? Is putting your heart on the line worth it when you're in your 40's and have seen and lived every trick in the book? Sometimes, it's like rolling dice, or reaching for fire. This poem was written six years ago on Dec 21, 2015 and was contained in my poetry book, 'Look for the Silver Linings.' Enjoy! -BB
"Victory Laps in Outer Space" was written on Dec 10, 2021, from my poetry journal for Oct-Dec 2021, 'Earthly Delights in a Closed Type Universe.' It's an atypically happy yarn. Enjoy (while it lasts)! -BB
"Unearthly Delights" was written on October 10, 2021 and appears in my personal poetry book for Oct-Dec 2021, 'Earthly Delights in a Closed Type Universe.' Enjoyyy! It's dark and kinky out there. -BB
"Sonnet" was written as a free-flow style poem on August 17, 2021 from 10:21 to 10:25 pm. It appears in my poetry book for Jul-Sep 2021, "The Snarl Diaries." Enjoy!
"Unflinchingly" was written on Aug 10, 2016 in my poetry book entitled "Random Thoughts and What Nots." Enjoy!
The following poem was written on June 1, 2021 and appears in my personal poetry book for Apr-Jun 2021, "Out of the Dark." -BB
Hello, anyone. Long time no see... I know it's been 6 months since I last posted on my site, but SO MUCH has happened, it would take a couple of novels to explain it all. Because of this, I'm just gonna give you the Cliff Notes version..! Bobby. Dealing with all the media frenzy and... Continue Reading →
The following poem was written about 5 minutes ago. (Not kidding!) I've had many mixed feelings as far as this pandemic goes. I've cried, I've laughed, I've slept out of boredom, I've taken up walking the neighborhood with my dogs, I've thought every 5 minutes about Dad and how much I miss his phone calls,... Continue Reading →