Please take a look at the trailer for my book of short love stories, “Self Inflicted Heart Shaped Wounds,” which is available at Amazon in paperback and Kindle.
Like I suppose Columbus held while he sailed the ocean blue, I try to locate you with a brass compass. Like I’ve seen Gandhi wear, while nonviolently battling the Brits, I battle old photos through clear round gold frames Like I learned da Vinci designed, in between the helicopter and scuba gear, onContinue reading “Poetry / “Franklin’s Kite””
My poem – ‘Paperweight’ – nope appears on Soundcloud. Click over and have a listen! https://soundcloud.com/steven-harz/paperweight-1
Gunpowder ghosts I am unsure that you still exist because my memories are grainy and out of focus like films of bigfoot lumbering across the landscape leaving footprints real or not Perhaps you’re still here and are held up by invisible strings like blurry pie plates in UFO films that we once watchedContinue reading “Poetry / “Gunpowder ghosts””
B is for Browne How will I know if we’re through, she asked half kidding, even though they’d only been together since the hot summer and now it was the crisp fall. He explained that being a fan of what he calls ‘suicide music’ that any dark period in his life, andContinue reading “Romance / “B is for Browne””
I love Nicole Marie’s blog, ‘Words & other things’ and am happy to have found this lovely poem titled “Ain’t that a shame” – enjoy!! https://wordsandotherthings.wordpress.com/2015/11/08/aint-that-a-shame/
Blessed I’d really like to start going to church, she said out of nowhere. He merged the old Monte Carlo onto the parkway on a gray day that was too fucking cold for March. It’s supposed to be the third day of spring, he thought, and in protest he hadn’t brought a coat. Continue reading “Love story / “Blessed””
Halo You disconnected your halo but I still saw the light. — copyright 2014 Steven Harz — My eBooks of poetry and romance are available at Etsy – please visit my page: https://www.etsy.com/shop/OctoberRoadPublish
My eBooks of poetry and romance are available at Etsy – please visit my page: https://www.etsy.com/shop/OctoberRoadPublish
Cereal box decoder ring Your pink pillow now missing had been inside an invisible box with a Crayola note on the back of a love letter treasure map saying something about ‘in case of emergency’ So I go to my drawer and find my cereal box secret decoder ring to decode your internalContinue reading “Poetry / “Cereal box decoder ring””
It was music that had first attracted them to each other. When with his friends, the barrage of “Back in Black” and “Running with the Devil” was non-stop. In the quieter moments, alone in his room with the headset tethering him to the avocado green stereo by a twisted twelve foot cord, or cruising inContinue reading “Flash fiction love story: “Working on mysteries””
Video produced in conjunction with Shane Koyczan’s “To This Day” anti-bullying project. Very well done and extremely powerful…!
Why not some poetry for Valentine’s Day??? Another 5-star review for “Songs you can’t dance to”: a must read for lovers of poetry and readers of all kinds for that matter Thanks!!!
Another 5 star review of “Songs you can’t dance to” Another 5 star review of “Songs you can’t dance to” “I’ve enjoyed reading “Songs You Can’t Dance To” by Steven Harz immensely. It is a book for lovers and losers. A book celebrating young love while remembering times of lost love. There is a storyContinue reading “Another 5 star review of “Songs you can’t dance to””
Book trailer for “Blessed” Book trailer for “Blessed” “Blessed” is from my book of poetry and short fiction titled “Songs you can’t dance to” (Now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble)
Another nice review of “Songs you can’t dance to” “Thoroughly enjoyed all the poems and short stories. Steven let me feel his pain and enjoy his humor! I found myself remembering when I was young and in love. Wonderful memories!” Thanks for such nice words!!! (to get to the book on Amazon click the link.Continue reading “Another nice review of “Songs you can’t dance to””
“Bryant Park 4/10/09” from the book of poetry and short fiction by Steven Harz titled “Songs you can’t dance to” – available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble by searching ‘steven harz’
Great Spoken Word poet Shane Koyczan with a heart wrenching performance.