Poem: Chemistry

Poem: Chemistry

Chemistry Patrick T. Reardon . The 1904 book is chemistry formulas for mixing drinks, and, paging through, I wonder, if the bartender blueprint for Whiskey Daisy No. 3 calls for one wine glass of whiskey, does No. 2 use half a wine glass or two...

Poem: First parents

Poem: First parents

First parents Patrick T. Reardon . Eve and Adam, the Bible’s Barbie and Ken, lived in the Garden, a Dreamhouse of empty echoing outdoor rooms, an insipid Paradise, except for that tree from a brother’s G.I. Joe jungle survival set, out of place...

Poem: Land mark

Poem: Land mark

Land mark By Patrick T. Reardon . I can take you to the cement in front of the school by the alley and have you put your finger into the mark there, the permanent lines of hopscotch, and you will see generations of children bouncing on a single...