By John Patrick Robbins
We met so many years ago now I see you through such different eye’s.
Aged and broken like most older men.
You poison your life and everyone around you either died or no longer can recall you’re name.
I believe I saw you thrown out of some bar off Bourbon street.
You laughed as you picked yourself off the ground.
You vanished with the night.
I herd you been seen in so many places are you ever in one place anymore?
I guess I’m just hoping to reconnect.
If lost I hope somehow you truly can be found.
I dropped the letter into the mail it found its way to my box a few days later.
It appears I found myself today.
John Patrick Robbins is the editor and chief of the Rye Whiskey Review and Under The Bleachers .
He is also the author of A Cold Beer Beats A Warm Heart published by Alien Buddha Press and available on Amazon.
His work has been published here at The Academy Of Heart And Mind , Angry Old Man Magazine , Red Fez , Romingos Porch , Horror Sleaze Trash , Ariel Chart , Outlaw Poetry Network , The Whiskey Writer , Blue Pepper ,Spill The Words.
His work is always unfiltered.