Thursday, March 4, 2021

Dr. Roger Singer - Three Poems

On Meadow Stars      

morning rain,


light and passionate,

a collection of

fluid conversations


the sound divine,

suggesting that

all clouds are



flowers and weeds

share equal beauty,

distracting you

from the absence

of the sun




Passing Silent


eyes of clouds

watch over me

in the faintest of darkness

or summer shoreline,

on equal or unequal

ground, beneath

the place I stand

while wondering upward

where currents

swirl unnoticed

above me

as I glance

into vapor faces

passing without voice

like dreams

I know

in the invisible




Riverside Café


midnight voices,

sugar words,

dollars and coins

and a soft guitar

filed with

wishes and lies

drifts among

light breezes

lifting spirits

under low lights

where cold beer

and french fries

feed hungry souls




 Dr. Roger G. Singer is the Poet Laureate of Old Lyme, Connecticut.

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