Sunday 5 May 2024

1 Poem by Alan Meyrowitz


Rain has decency to fall
beneath a darkened sky

nature’s empathy for this,
our time of sorrows

Hint of sun to follow
belied by tensions rife below—
only random happenstance
of reconciliation

Still, we yearn for rainbows


Alan Meyrowitz retired in 2005 after a career in computer research. His writing has appeared in Eclectica, Existere, Front Range Review, Jitter, The Literary Hatchet, Lucid Rhythms, The Nassau Review, Poetry Quarterly, Shark Reef, Shroud, The Storyteller, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, and others. In 2013 and 2015 the Science Fiction Poetry Association nominated his poems for a Dwarf Star Award.

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