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under a crescent moon
strangers find
company with me 

like an open window
where caution is fleeting,
long on chances
short on faith
and explanations failing

we are performers
with blurred experience,
cold to the skin
like wet gauze
or a spotlight
on a road
searching for a
comfortable end

 


Dr. Roger G. Singer maintained a private practice in upstate New York, for 38 years until retiring in 2014.  He has four children, Abigail, Caleb, Andrew and Philip and seven grandchildren. He has served on multiple committees and lectured at colleges in the United States, Canada and Australia, and has authored over fifty articles for his profession and served as a medical technician during the Vietnam era. He has had over 1,100 poems published on the internet, magazines and in books and is a Pushcart Award Nominee.  Some of the magazines that have accepted his poems for publication are:  Westward Quarterly, Jerry Jazz, SP Quill, Avocet, Underground Voices, Outlaw Poetry, Literary Fever, Dance of my Hands, Language & Culture, The Stray Branch, Tipton Poetry Journal and Indigo Rising, Down in the Dirt, Fullosia Press, Orbis, Penwood Review, Subtle Tea. His awards include: Ambassador Poetry Award, Louisiana State Poetry Society Award, Readers Award Orbis Magazine 2019, and Arizona State Poetry Award 2020. He is a member of the Massachusetts State Poetry Society.

© 2020, Dr. Roger G. Singer

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