Remembering Janis Joplin

Today is the 47th anniversary of Janis Joplin’s death. She passed away on this day, October 4, 1970. I wrote this poem remembering her several years ago. Dead on the Floor “Tricky Dick” was the U.S. President In America, a first-class stamp cost just six cents Richard Nixon froze both the prices and our pay We… Continue reading Remembering Janis Joplin

Dead on the Floor

Dead on the Floor “Tricky Dick” was the U.S. President In America, a first-class stamp cost just six cents Richard Nixon froze both the prices and our pay We still loved going to concerts to see our favorite bands play The Vietnam War was on the evening news for all to see Marcus Welby, M.D.… Continue reading Dead on the Floor

Poem: Dead on the Floor

Dead on the Floor “Tricky Dick” was the U.S. President In America, a first-class stamp cost just six cents Richard Nixon froze both the prices and our pay We still loved going to concerts to see our favorite bands play The Vietnam War was on the evening news for all to see Marcus Welby, M.D.… Continue reading Poem: Dead on the Floor