Robert K. Johnson
Bio Note: My poems are spins on our everyday world, which has always gripped me much more than science-fiction worlds. A newly retired English Professor, I taught for many years at Suffolk University in Boston. I also for several years was Poetry Editor for IBBETSON STREET magazine. I have had several collections of poems published.
If in a low mood
may you pass a stream where a rush of ripples scatters sunlight everywhere or glimpse a row of waves rolling their silver glint toward the sloping sand or simply step into a kitchen still drowsy in the morning's glow and may such scenes be a breeze that lifts a leaf of hope inside you.
Originally published in The Aurorean
©2021 Robert K. Johnson
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