Tag Archives: Robert Cory

Inside Straight

It was late one blustery January day             when we first met. Followed by enthusiastic             friendly chats from time to time about anything or nothing             over sodas or a bite to eat flaunting protracted smiles or             misunderstandings that shirked. One of … Continue reading

Posted in Poetry | Tagged | 1 Comment

One Evening in Aix

An informal cast of Americans, Comrades, collegians all, gathered By the dim of twilight At a rented place, A detached servant’s quarter With a Rue d’Hanoi address. Once confined, Matter-of-fact voices, Sporadic as good luck or convention, Harbored mentions of … Continue reading

Posted in Poetry | Tagged | Leave a comment