Monday, November 20, 2023

One Poem by Wolfgang Carstens

Oliver Wendell Holmes Says

"Many people die

with their music still

in them,"


and I used to believe

this was tragically sad.


Until, of course

I heard


the music

of Phil Collins.



Bio: Wolfgang Carstens lives in Canada with his wife, five kids, grandson, dog, mortgage, and death. His poetry is printed on the backs of unpaid bills. His most recent collection Prince Charming is available from Six Ft. Swells Press

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