Seasonal Shopping Syndrome and Other Poems

By Ken Gosse Seasonal Shopping Syndrome There’s a rumor potty humor snares the noblest consumer, ’cause what’s funny grabs our money like a landlord grabs a roomer. While we plot upon the pot to buy whatever we have not, sales events make so much sense our phones get blisteringly hot. As November nears December seasons’ … Continue reading Seasonal Shopping Syndrome and Other Poems

Whose Time Is It, Anyway? and Other Poems

By Ken Gosse Whose Time Is It, Anyway? I stared at its face and I dared it to grace me an hour of time, either way; one before or one after, for sadness or laughter (as if time is under our sway). A move into the future means now would be past and an hour … Continue reading Whose Time Is It, Anyway? and Other Poems

A Senryutaph and Other Poems

By Ken Gosse A Senryutaph Practically perfect, sans faux pas, narcissism was his only flaw. Lessons from my Knuckles Kittens are riddles: mysteries in enigmas, snuggly and snaggly. Changing of the Pants Whatever he said pales, in matrimony, to whatever she said. Petrifying Poetry A terrordactyl may be hidden, unbidden, in unruly verse. Why Try … Continue reading A Senryutaph and Other Poems