The Toyota Concert and Other Poems

By John Grey The Toyota Concert I admit it. I sing loudly  all the way home. Beatle hits from my youth. Standards from Broadway shows. Anything  from the great mind morass, that never has to wonder why this tune, why now,   as I pull over to the exit  lane and the other cars  zip by … Continue reading The Toyota Concert and Other Poems

Where the Water Falls and Other Poems

By John Grey Where the Water Falls It cascades silver and foam from craggy heights down the rutted black face of sheer cliff. On contact with the river, in endless hiss, it replaces itself with more of itself. It cannot tie a shoelace, row a boat or boil a kettle. It merely does what I … Continue reading Where the Water Falls and Other Poems