Poems by Mark Spencer

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  • His name is Moshe Spiegelman,
    A programmer by trade...

  • We’ve seen the images of war
    Throughout Eastern Ukraine...

  • It was a grand celebration!
    And a royal coronation...

  • Hey there girl, does your mother know?
    When you left, did she see you go...

  • My brother was a caring man.
    He loved his family...

  • “Mr. Crowley, I bring some news!
    The Winchester’s are dead...

  • I was eating Jambalaya
    With old Cross Tie Walker...

  • Dear grandson let me read a tale!
    Of love lost ‘neath a pirate’s sail...

  • Sir Bertram was a skittish knight,
    Quite often prone to fits of fright...

  • Who gave the horse its vaunted strength,
    Its eyes, filled with thunder...

  • I heard my wife cry out in fright,
    As I rushed to her aid...

  • The name’s Benjamin Jacob Grimm,
    An’ I’m from Yancy Street...