Category: Campfire Poems

Picasso Bunyan (Campfire poem #12)

A poet friend goes to the northwoods only after stopping at the hardware store for paint-chip color card provisions holding them up to whatever thing of nature he is writing of he then tries to be Crayola literate in pseudo-verse Sitting by a campfire gazing at a glassy sky full of stars framed by towering … Continue reading Picasso Bunyan (Campfire poem #12)

Campfire poem #71

Campfire smoke makes a fine aphrodisiac but it lulls my wife to sleep making embers an ambiguous metaphor.

Campfire poem #49

A log of pine a mug of coffee and thou Omar, I am not.