Enough, Enough by Mike Lee

because we did not choose death it chose us how the dead die how the lies, lie how the wind howls under a clear Nevada sky how the colors fade to black, black, black twisting us up fireballs and acid pools burning souls of sorrow sorrow skin kites fly away black as death clouds blood […]

Crimes of the Heart

even grass left Walt Whitman while wise words escape me falling on deaf ears guilty as charged i dance hard between the rain drops sprinkled with magic dust and star glow old soul twins simile and metaphor pony show politics as false lines dart across a prompter news paper page rage right and wrong the […]

The River By Mike Lee

The snake river winds slowly through green grass while the moon glows in the darkness my love is soft as a pillow my hands are as rough as old sand then memories steal my secrets and time steals my soul from my body kite the wooden box will swallow me up in soft ground and […]

Public Opinon by Mike Lee

public opinion is just more internet noise leather masks, word whips and promises fish mouth judges squeezing their tounges in the press shark skin suits lawyer lies telephone crackle media mush cry and criticize melting soul soup songs metaphors and similes in dark dusty closets long library books with wordless pages meanless and mean thick […]

FEAR, Chapter 3, by Mike Lee

Please don’t tell my big brother I am talking to you.  This is just between the two of us. He would be mad at me.  He tells me all the time to keep my big mouth shut, but you seem like a nice person. So, just sit back, relax and get comfortable.  Let’s sit here […]