I am sins of decades

despite duck and cover

and breathing mushrooms

of imagination

draft age wars

jungling heart attacks

in the genes

and pollution in

bottled water

fires in the belly

stringing the lobes

in spider webs

aromas and penstrokes

a mess of bedtimes

numbering thousands

no need to pull a Roman

when Broca has forgotten

 

by David Anthony Sam

 

Born in Pennsylvania, David Anthony Sam has written poetry for over 40 years. He lives now in Virginia with his wife and life partner, Linda, and in 2017 retired as president of Germanna Community College. Sam has four collections and was the featured poet in the Spring 2016 issue of The Hurricane Review and the Winter 2017 issue of Light: A Journal of Photography and Poetry. His poetry has appeared in over 70 journals and publications. Sam’s chapbook Finite to Fail: Poems after Dickinson was the 2016 Grand Prize winner of GFT Press Chapbook Contest and his collection All Night over Bones received an Honorable Mention for the 2016 Homebound Poetry Prize. In 2017, he began serving as Poetry Editor for GFT. www.davidanthonysam.com 

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