Sunday, 5 November 2017

1 Poem by S. A. Gerber


daffodil in
the dust
surviving the
rain falling
slow, like
molasses, against
a red
morning sky
of no consequence.
over crashing waves,
call upon
the sort of saint
that can be
bought for
four beers,
to make the
ground sacred.
no person
dies quickly
on their watch.
it takes longer
than it should…
perhaps a lifetime.


S. A. Gerber is a native and resident again of Los Angeles, CA. after having spent twenty-four years in a neighboring “city of sin” in the Silver State of Nevada. His work has appeared in such diverse publications as Desert Voices Magazine, Subtopian Magazine, Talking Sidewalks, Mad Swirl, Sediment Literary and Arts Journal, Poetica Magazine, Black Heart Magazine, The Blue Collar Review,Los Angeles Review of Los Angeles, The Linden Avenue Literary Journal, The Poet’s Haven, Stray Light Literary Magazine, and Literature in Los Angeles Magazine. He is a member in good standing in the Los Angeles Poet’s Society, when his work has been “Spotlighted” on their website page. His two (2) volumes of poetry, Under the Radar and Inventory can both be obtained on Barnes & Noble and, as well as Beyond Baroque bookstore in Venice, CA. and The Amber Unicorn in Las Vegas,NV.

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