Concrete Dreams 1989 by James Landrith I was 18. 18. So in love. I had no time. Copyright © 1989 James A. Landrith, Jr. All rights reserved.Read more
Poems written from 1980 – 1989.
Jason and Brien in Garcia’s by James Landrith Another night in despair spent waiting for the words to appear. Encompassed by my own private hell Wishing her to speak, wishing […]Read more
Concrete Dreams 1987 by James Landrith Playing the part of the fool again. Living a lie that’s no longer pretend. Waitin’ on a stone heart. Living for a love that’ll […]Read more
The Back Page by James Landrith Just a hypocrite with a poison pen. Slashing religion and slashing men. My prejudice I will deny. My motive is chaos, my love […]Read more
A Bit of Scotch by James Landrith Achilles heel, Oh Lord I feel, the hurt inside will not subside. She struck swift and fast, before I knew, she was past. […]Read more
The Walk-In by James Landrith Can I scream? Scream really loud Scream to the stars For the lack of a sun Scream for infinity for a world undone. Love and […]Read more