10 Second love story: “Tie-Dyed tomorrow”

  Deep in a well called yesterday your love letters to me water damaged and smelling like the year before last are attached with twigs to the mossy stone wall attempting to dry while the fairy tale’s damp blue ink separates on the pages surrounding me with a tie-dyed tomorrow absent of us for now,Continue reading “10 Second love story: “Tie-Dyed tomorrow””

Review / “Swaying to the Music: Coming of age love stories”

“Swaying to the Music” recently received this review and I thought it was very interesting! By skywise on August 1, 2015   Steven Harz’s poetry collection “Swaying to the Music” reminds me a bit of an old coffee shop I used to frequent. There was always this older gentleman, I don’t think I ever learnedContinue reading “Review / “Swaying to the Music: Coming of age love stories””

Poetry / “Holy water shot glass”

Holy water shot glass   Intoxicating and excruciating, a baggy Bob Marley T-shirt hanging off your shoulder when we first met I felt I should be forced to walk a sidewalk straight line and touch an extended finger to my nose. On weekend barstools we alternated playing the game and arguing the rules with noContinue reading “Poetry / “Holy water shot glass””

Poetry / “A new cure”

A new cure Each day I collect couch cushion pennies Lincoln wheat copper zinc in a dented tin bucket that I stored secretly under our bed until the time came for me to need an abandoned wishing well Behind our house on welcome wooded walks path tracks bridge brook you gathered weeds and wildflowers inContinue reading “Poetry / “A new cure””

10 second love story: “Charting a path”

This week we wind back the clock to take another look at my piece titled “Charting a path” I hope you enjoy! https://stevenharz.com/2013/01/02/poem-charting-a-path/   My eBooks of poetry and romance are available at Etsy – please visit my page: https://www.etsy.com/shop/OctoberRoadPublish

Poetry / “Wait”

Wait   I am willing to wait for your reappearance what choice do I have but to be patient and prepare for you to walk back Rather than lying under dark clouds I will string holiday lights from backyard trees in the shapes of Orion and dippers while I wait for you to bring clearContinue reading “Poetry / “Wait””

Spoken Word Poetry / Anna Binkovitz Performs “To the Boy I Would Have Lost My Virginity To” @poemsabouttoast

(photo from Twitter) I discovered this beautiful piece this week. Thought provoking to say the least, and I love her delivery – perfectly on point. From You Tube: “Anna Binkovitz of Macalester College performs a poem during the prelims of the 2012 College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational.” Please connect with Anna at @poemsabouttoast Thanks!

Spoken Word Poetry / Coral More performs “Why kissing your ex-girlfriend is a bad idea”

Prior to this week I was not familiar with Coral’s work, but this is fantastic – I hope you enjoy! From YouTube: “Coral More came in 4th place with a score of 53.6 on March 16th at the Vancouver Poetry Slam. This is Coral’s poem “Reasons Why Kissing Your Ex Girlfriend Is A Bad Idea”

Poetry / “Chronicle”

Chronicle I am not glad that you are gone (have left) but I am thankful that while you were here I chronicled our love on my flesh but my art is not that of (clichéd) dragons and skulls or daggers (though this may be next) but of hearts and crosses and birds and Bible versesContinue reading “Poetry / “Chronicle””

Poetry / “Numbers”

Numbers Two of us and six beers later huddled in the back seat of a ’78 Plymouth parked in the dark behind the Eighth Avenue Church shirt pulled off and skirt hiked mid-thigh exposing goose-pimpled inner thighs discussing that morning’s 2nd period Physics class while making out to Jackson 5 static from B104 FM travelingContinue reading “Poetry / “Numbers””