Back roads

In a nowhere town, In an anywhere state, There’s a small group of people, That live tamed by faith. It’s a comfortable place, And I knew it from the start, If you didn’t fight it early, There’s no way you would depart. It has a way of trickery, Like it offers the Divine’s best, TownsContinue reading “Back roads”

A Christmas Poem in March

Off in the distance Faint Christmas lights glow A little way named Sims Lane It’s a deep country road. A little pearl colored house  with a sturdy rock bottom  My grandpa build it by hand Hands worn but still solid. Pulling up in the drive,  Strung icicle lights Chimney smoke rises up,  Into winter’s darkContinue reading “A Christmas Poem in March”