Sunday, 5 May 2013

1 Poem by Bobby Fox

For Sale

A house once so full of life, so alive
Is now a lonely graveyard made
Even lonelier by ghosts.
Ghost memories.
Ghost objects.
Ghost meanings.
Each day a reminder
that I’m nothing
but a ghost myself.
No longer full of life.
No longer alive.
Dead inside.
And dying outside.
And waiting for what can
Never return.
Deconstructing the foundation
of our lives,
brick by brick
and
frame by frame,
until nothing remains
but vacancy,
a vacancy once filled
with so much promise.
A promise now for sale.


Bionote

Bobby Fox is the award-winning writer of several short stories, plays, poems, a novel and 15 feature length screenplays. Two of his screenplays have been optioned to Hollywood. His works have been published in the The Naked Feather, The Medulla Review, Lap Top Lit Mag, The Path, Contemporary Literary Review India, Yareah Magazine, One Title Magazine, The Knotted Beard Review, Bareback, The Zodiac Review, Fortunates, Randomly Accessed Poetics, Wordsmiths, Toska, Enhance, Common Line Journal, Cold Noon, Miracle e-Zine, Shadows Express, The Rusty Nail, Airplane Reading, Untapped Cities, The Lyceum, Detroit News, Dearborn Times-Herald, TravelMag and inTravel Magazine. He is also the writer/director/editor of several award-winning short films. His recent stage directing debut led to an Audience Choice Award at the Canton One-Acts Festival in Canton, MI. Fox graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in English and a minor in Communications and received a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Wayne State University. In addition to moonlighting as a writer, independent filmmaker and saxophonist, Fox teaches English and video production in the Ann Arbor Public Schools, where he uses his own dream of making movies to inspire his students to follow their own dreams. He has also worked in public relations at Ford Motor Company and as a newspaper reporter. He resides in Ypsilanti, MI.
His website is foxplots.com. Or follow him on Twitter @BobbyFox7. foxwriter7@hotmail.com



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