Then No More and Other Poems

By Michael De Rosa Then No More I watched my Mother Mother-in-Law And wife of fifty years Take their last breaths There were no last words As they left us Struggling To breathe until the end Each taking longer and longer We held ours Waiting hoping for the next Then no more Blood stopped The … Continue reading Then No More and Other Poems

Walking Through the Seasons

By Michael De Rosa Four seasons have passed since the world locked down, and my obsession with wildflowers began. When we walk, I am now irresistibly drawn to photograph anything not green. And before COVID-19, in that period between wakefulness and sleep, my mind might turn to work or future travel. Instead, buzzing through my … Continue reading Walking Through the Seasons