Author Archives: John Northcutt Young
Truth’s pieced Like a Quilt since Everybody lies. Random bits Stitched together That protect And hide. But maybe That’s the Only way Anyone survives? John Northcutt Young from The Complete Poems of BREVITY
CAUSE AND EFFECT You can’t feel love Until your heart breaks, You won’t soar above When your soul aches. You can’t stand Until you crawl. You don’t land Until you fall. John Northcutt Young from The Complete Poems … Continue reading
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Once upon a time, before Obergefell v. Hodges, Donnie’s mother wants him to marry and give her grandchildren. “The patter of little feet will be like beating to my heart.” But Donnie is gay. The coming-out talk doesn’t help; his … Continue reading
His family looked like a Norman Rockwell painting crumbling. From A FINE YOUNG MAN