Crow On The Wire
Poetry and Stories by Mark Tulin
Previously posted in the Virtual Library (Now called Pencliff) I drift off in the quiet of the park where theContinue Reading
At first, I interpreted his stare as being judgemental. Perhaps he didn’t like bald men or the way I woreContinue Reading
is it the only path to walk and see what you see, burdened by your sins and judgments orContinue Reading
Originally posted in Poetry Passion. My life fades out Into a blank TV screen. Where life once was, Now thereContinue Reading
Included in this online addition, are my poems Pass The Cake and Therapist Disease by Mark Tulin. Degenerates For Peace.
His memories live in his worn out woolen blankets, full of holes and frayed at the edges. His dreams dwellContinue Reading