Brent Johnson

Poet's Corner: Debbie

Debbie

By Brent Johnson, Clam Gulch

Could we hear cottonwoods whispering soft?

The voice must be Debbie’s somewhere aloft.

Ole cutie owl hootie-hoo’s to the dove

beams like a... Read more

Poet's Corner: Where Luck Comes In

Where Luck Comes In

By Brent Johnson, Clam Gulch

The edge of English morphs a bit

as tongues go scuttling over it.

A younger ear now seldom learns

about a... Read more

Poet's Corner: Tenderness from the Top

Tenderness from the Top

By Brent Johnson, Clam Gulch

Into the lips

of the Apocalypse

falls Devious Don.

Yet not a tear

will there appear

the moment he is gone.

Nefarious Newt

is kind... Read more

Support Paul Seaton for re-election to House

Paul Seaton has displayed courage in dealing with the Alaska budget, environmental issues, and fishing issues. One of his children is a KPB teacher. That... Read more

Poet's Corner: Flavored by Flowers

Flavored by Flowers

By Brent Johnson, Clam Gulch

About “bee gold” there is an obsession

but it isn’t a color or even a possession.

It isn’t an age, though... Read more

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