My poem, “I Lie on the Sand” will be in the Telepoem Booth located inside Websters in State College. You can count on a transformational theme!
Here is a line or two.
“I lie on the sand and think about the worn out metaphor of beach glass.
The same old story. Washing in, tumbling back,
Wearing down the sharp edges.
“Sands of time” making something clear, into something opaque like a petrified stone.
How does this poem end? What is possible? Can we actually change in our older age?
Listen to the full version here and find out! (Listen to the telepoem, and “listen” to yourself.)