This good old boy once right as rain, my brain’s slowly flooded with amyloid.
Terms & haiku conditions apply while I am still mostly able to eat solid sushi.
On the basis of manalytics, our dearest family considers its values + interests.
One pulls a patented Misery Porn Index from her laminated pocket protector.
Giddy grandsons avoid Gramp’s score but then report back to those gathered.
Behavior devolution: attractive nuisance to too malign toward kamikaze. Oy.
Gerard Sarnat is a physician who’s built and staffed homeless and prison clinics, as well as a Stanford professor and healthcare CEO. He won the Poetry in the Arts First Place Award plus the Dorfman Prize, and has been nominated for Pushcart Prizes plus Best of the Net awards. Gerry is published in academic-related journals, including Stanford, Oberlin, Brown, Columbia, Virginia Commonwealth, Arkansas, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Wesleyan, Slippery Rock, Appalachian State, Grinnell, American Jewish University, Edinburgh, and Canberra. Gerry’s writing has also appeared widely, including recently in such U.S. outlets as Gargoyle, Main Street Rag, New Delta Review, MiPOesias, The American Journal of Poetry, Poetry Quarterly, Poetry Circle, Clementine Poetry Journal, Tiferet Journal, Foliate Oak, The New Verse News, The Blue Mountain Review, Danse Macabre, Canary Eco, Fiction Southeast, Military Experience & the Arts, Poets And War, Cliterature, Qommunicate Publishing, The Texas Review, The Brooklyn Review, San Francisco Magazine, The Los Angeles Review and The New York Times. Pieces have also been accepted by Chinese, Bangladeshi, Hong Kongese, Singaporean, Canadian, English, Irish, Scottish, Australian, New Zealander, Australasian Writers Association, Zimbabwean, French, German, Indian, Israeli, Romanian, Swedish, Muscovite and Fijian among other international publications. Mount Analogue selected “Kaddish for the Country” for pamphlet distribution nationwide on Inauguration Day 2017. “The Amber of Memory” was chosen for the 50th Harvard reunion Dylan symposium. He’s also authored the collections Homeless Chronicles (2010), Disputes (2012), 17s (2014), and Melting the Ice King (2016). Gerry’s been married since 1969 with three kids, five grandsons and looking forward to future granddaughters.