Summer Contest Poetry Winner: “A Late Summer’s Billboard at Dusk” and Other Poems

By Ken Gosse A Late Summer’s Billboard at Dusk There’s promised relief dead ahead. Finally, stopping for bread! We’ll spend lots of dough, because, on the go, our car guzzles gas without lead. Another long, tiresome day. Before sunrise, we’re on our way. Each joyful summer vacation’s a bummer, but we’d rather leave home than … Continue reading Summer Contest Poetry Winner: “A Late Summer’s Billboard at Dusk” and Other Poems