The Handover – by Patricia Goldberg ©2020

This is one of my first ones that I wrote for AudaciArt magazine during the pandemic. I hope you like it but any comments would be appreciated. Make haste ere the plastic tubes on her face lose powerAnd force the last breath from her breast.Her subjects expect her everlasting quiet fear and domination to stay,KeepingContinue reading “The Handover – by Patricia Goldberg ©2020”

A WORK IN PROGRESS – METALLURGY

Looking again at some of my poems I am sorry to have burdened you with such raw material. As you know the queen has been reigning for seventy years which is quite a remarkable feat and I felt a poem bubbling up inside for this special time. Here is my contribution and it is veryContinue reading “A WORK IN PROGRESS – METALLURGY”

La Fin de la Nuit Pour L’Enfant

From Les Misérables, Part I, Book 1, chapter 10, by Victor Hugo L’Eveque en Présence d’une Lumière A transfiguration at a deathbed that leads the bishop to be a good and holy disciple.  “Le Conventional, -Quant á Louis XVI j’ai dit non . . . . J’ai voté la fin du tyran.  C’est à direContinue reading “La Fin de la Nuit Pour L’Enfant”

Well Seasoned Days.

By Michael Doyle Seasoned Daysby Michael DoyleMay your daily conversationFilled as it is with God’s graceBe one of spiritual connectionAnd welcoming to God’s embraceSeen in the faces of the pastIs the dreamers of vast legacySeizing the days that would not lastBut knowing each moment intimately May we, ourselves, live throughAll of our well seasoned daysSharingContinue reading “Well Seasoned Days.”