Her slow growing plant bloomed an adult. That's cause to celebrate even when wilted. During early mo[u]rning's regathering of old community, our children and theirs show up demonstrating you can't put fetters on love. Second time in two weeks, what once served as a post birthday suit, at first I wore to brisses, bat mitzvahs then to weddings has become what one uses for funerals. From this moment on, my change of plans is to leave dress shirt with its tie tied plus belt already looped --'til homebound thusly no longer able to attend such events. Both women had made earth much better extending themselves to whomever needs. I admit overlooking those impacts compared to less transcendent men's curriculum vitae...She laughed just like bells which now toll.
Gerry Sarnat MD's won the Poetry in Arts First Place Award/Dorfman Prizes; has been nominated for Pushcarts plus Best of the Net Awards; authored HOMELESS CHRONICLES (2010), Disputes (2012), 17s (2014) and Melting The Ice King (2016). He's widely published including recently by academic-related journals Stanford, Oberlin, Wesleyan, Johns Hopkins, Harvard, American Jewish University, Brown, Columbia, Sichuan, Canberra, University of Chicago as well as New Ulster, Gargoyle, Main Street Rag, American Journal Of Poetry, Poetry Quarterly, New Delta Review, Brooklyn Review, LA Review of Books, San Francisco Magazine, New York Times. Mount Analogue selected KADDISH for distribution nationwide Inauguration Day. Poetry was chosen for a 50th Harvard reunion Dylan symposium. gerardsarnat.com