Here’s a photo of me reading my poem “Winter Nights” at Barnes & Nobles Kitchen in Legacy West, Plano, TX.
Here’s the poem:
The frigid nights fall earlier
On these chilly winter days
And the moon-man mounts the sky
Veiled in Metropolis haze
The mornings all break later
So slow the new day’s dawn
The bitter blanket lingers
For the winter nights are long
Stars spangle the satin sky
As the moon-man dips down low
Twinkling winks from a million worlds
And here we are, do they know?
Oh I wish the night would never end
Yes, I wish the night would never end
Jimmie Aaron Kepler
Thank you Storm Ricamore for reading and your suggestions on the poem.