Review: Papa John – An Autobiography: A Music Legend’s Shattering Journey Though Sex, Drugs, and Rock ‘n’ Roll

Return with me to those glorious days of the 1960’s when we transitioned from folk music to folk rock. You will enjoy this book if you like a brutally honest account of the seedy side of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. John Phillips was driven, hugely talented, lucky, and a beast in terms of… Continue reading Review: Papa John – An Autobiography: A Music Legend’s Shattering Journey Though Sex, Drugs, and Rock ‘n’ Roll

Poem: A Wonderful Evening

A Wonderful Evening A wonderful evening Is coming soon A special fellow The stars and moon He’ll touch your hand And hold you close Walking on beach sand Handing you a rose He’ll brush your hair Away from your face You know he cares Your dream white lace Spending time together But it goes so… Continue reading Poem: A Wonderful Evening

Poem: The Liberator’s Helper – Part One

The Liberator’s Helper – Part One Most who are free Never experience true freedom. The Liberator’s Helper knew freedom And his knowing liberty was his prison. Part One For saving them from starvation, The Pyramid People Honored his Memory and descendants. And the descendants Of the one who saved them From the famine Lived in… Continue reading Poem: The Liberator’s Helper – Part One

Poem: Forever Free

Forever Free His heart cares more than it should With love enough for two His dreams are sufficient for persons three Soaring in pages of poetry, he’s forever free With love enough for two He reads each word on the page Seeing them acted out vividly on his mind’s stage His dreams are sufficient for… Continue reading Poem: Forever Free

Poem: Red Bird

Red Bird The gale force southwest wind’s heat Had the elm leaves flapping, The foliage curled, Protecting itself from the lack of moisture And a top the tree was a red bird. His shiny feathers shown as a beacon. Their candy apple red color signals his presence. As gleaming as a perfectly ripe fruit on… Continue reading Poem: Red Bird

Poem: Elope

Elope A car slowly drives down the highway The driver’s vision impaired by blissful tears A white frame house sits near the road’s bend Then he thinks of her father and fears I love you said her letter I’m packed and ready to elope And her perfumed, lilac stationery Gives him courage, filling his senses… Continue reading Poem: Elope

Poem: Back to those … care free days

Back to those … care free days I’ve traveled back in time But only in my mind Back to the time When I was young When I use to have fun Back to those … care free days And I think about the times When our love was young There were few bills to pay… Continue reading Poem: Back to those … care free days