David A. Schwinghammer
· Soldier's Gap
· Fisher of Men, Chapter 8
· Honest Thief, Tender Murderer, Chapter Eight
· Mengele's Double, Chapter Eight
· Bereavement Blues
· Fisher of Men, Chapter 7
· Speed Dating With 'Janeane Garofalo'
· The Cynic
· Honest Thief, Tender Murderer - Chapter Seven
· Mengele's Double, Chapter 7
· Mengele's Double, Chapter Six
· Dems Invoke the Nuclear Option
· Empty Mansions, book review
· Pilgrim's Wilderness, book review
· WWII Cartoonist, book review
· Write Yourself Into a Corner, book review
· Roanoke Island, book review
· Billboard Theology
· Baghdad Without a Map, book review
· Into the Wild, book review
· The Zookeeper's Wife (review)
· Alumni Game
· Girls Who Wear Glasses
· The Do Drop Inn
· Ode to Neve Campbell
· Jacks or Better 101
· Never My Love
· 3 O'Clock
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Old, but still looking for the one. (Sonnet)
With one grey hair on my chest and receding hair
I come to you humble and open
But you're a Jehoval Witness or so you've spoken
Put that all away - see only me
I'm a rare thing; I'm a
Don't be unduly influenced by friends or kin
Although thirty-four, I have young eyes can't you see?
When those same boys you admire are wheelchair bound
My soul will be doing cartwheels and exploring space.
Find the rare thing in me. It will die without you.
The Blue Heron will become extinct;
The Sun's flares will die out, but I'll
love your eyes forever; I'll love that place.
I'll even love the tiger's birthmark on your face. Pray, what else can I do?