Waldon’s poems are compact, at 55 words a piece.
But they are nonetheless expansive, crackling with life, wit and wisdom.
One More Night
Ghosts of lost summers
Always touching, yet never touched
Specters on a guitar note
Kisses sweetened by root beer popsicles
Wildflowers beguiling through rolling hills
Ketchup at the corners of your mouth
Floating carefree down the Mokelumne
Top down in the moonlight
A star, our navigator
I wish I may … I wish I might
We’re working to publish about 200 of Waldon’s pieces and are asking the community’s support in raising the $5,000 we need to cover book design, art, printing and distribution.
Read more of Waldon’s story and consider a contribution here.
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