Tag Archives: Eric G. Müller

Thumbing Down the Road

If I were asked to design a crest symbolizing my adolescent years, I’d be tempted to include an outstretched arm and raised thumb as a central feature, though the thumbs-up gesture might delude people into thinking I was a happy, … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Non-fiction | Tagged | Leave a comment

I Guess

Just being Yourself Is a Confession.       Or in other words: An honest word Spoken Is an ad-mission Of sorts. Eric G. Müller is a musician, teacher and writer. He has written two novels, Rites of Rock (Adonis Press 2005) and … Continue reading

Posted in Poetry | Tagged | Leave a comment

One Last

One last foray through the Goodies swept to the side in a heap As large as the Ellis Island dump One quick look to see What’s under the slab of stone As heavy as the philosopher’s sigh One last nervous … Continue reading

Posted in Poetry | Tagged | Leave a comment

Private Prayer

Round the corner of the Basilica Di San Lorenzo’s Main portal, a sign reads: Free entrance for private prayer. So I find a pew       and fake a prayer; close my eyes       and fold my hands, and clear my mind to … Continue reading

Posted in Poetry | Tagged | Leave a comment