Sunday, April 17, 2011

Poems from the General Factotum

In honor of National Poetry Month, here
are two by my favorite poet, Lenny Brodt.
See my very first blog entry to read more about Lenny.

When you are reading a book
The whole world is silent and still
Except for whispering pages

"The Glue Factory"
A spider crawled in the door
And trespassed across the floor
It stopped under my shoe
And I turned it to glue
It's not a spider anymore