Excerpt from “Tie-dyed tomorrow”

“So knee-deep in desperation I whisper my dreams into

the well’s leaky oaken bucket and pulling the old coarse rope

my hopes ascend…”

copyright 2013 Steven Harz

“Tie-dyed tomorrow” is included in my latest ebook of fiction and poetry titled “Gas Station Road Map” – take a peek: http://www.amazon.com/Gas-Station-Road-Map-ebook/dp/B00CQ7KC3U

Published by Steven Harz

Steven Harz was the 2013 winner of the international People's Poetry Contest and is a three-time winner of The Iron Writer Challenge. Steve still writes poetry, but now it rhymes and is put to music - either acoustic with a Martin or electric with a Gretsch. Songwriting influences are: John Prine, Townes Van Zandt, Blze Foley, Jessi Alexander, Tyler Childers, Lori McKenna, Gabe Lee, Luz, Cleto Cordero, Jason Isbell, and of course, Willie and Dolly! Music is available on all streaming platforms - please check it out!

One thought on “Excerpt from “Tie-dyed tomorrow”

  1. I have read your new book, “Gas Station Road Map”, twice in the past few days. Enjoyed every word you wrote. Heart felt and makes me remember once again the power and pain of young love. The Slam Stories are excellent. Taking it to the ocean with me and will reread it again. Thank you

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