Poet’s Corner

December Poetry

by George A. Hancock Cookies! Back from a December runWas windy, cold, minus any sunAt least the roads were dryPreventing any slip-sliding cry. Now outside our main side doorAn aroma thrills my whole coreThe wife’s baking Christmas cookiesThe perfect size… Read More ›

November Poetry

by George A. Hancock Dry Leaves The radiant colors are gone As is that bright sunny dawn November is now on scene Bringing color far from green.  The runner is on the move Perfecting his seasonal groove He’s up early… Read More ›

October 2019

by George A. Hancock October 2019 Tuesday begins October’s run And we notice much less sun Daylight continues to ebb away Until one future spring day.   The 14th is a mid-month holiday With many on a long getaway Columbus… Read More ›

September 2019

by George Hancock Autumn   We begin our September days Perhaps some in a thick daze Time slipped away from them While runners utter an Ahem!   Daily runners out on the move Are in a true seasonal groove We… Read More ›

August 2019

Back Again   Hello darkness my old friend Now months before you end Morning darkness is back again Daylight has taken a backspin.   The morning run is still warm With insects flying in swarm Seeking any delicious treat Like… Read More ›

July 2019 Poetry

by George A. Hancock July 2019 July 1 opens on a Monday As many are off seeking pay While others enjoy time off This runner utters a cough.   This guy is on a retired vacation Finishing up 23 years… Read More ›

Poet’s Corner June 2019

by George Hancock June 2019 Saturday brings us June 1And a month of summer funWe run, we live in the sunEvery day is weather fun.June presents its daily bestGone is the seasonal pestThat chills our daily runYes, we welcome the… Read More ›