John F. McCullagh (09/28/1954 / Flushing)
Biography of John F. McCullagh
My influences are Browning, Service, Donne, Thomas Grey, E.A. Poe and Shakespeare.
- Sacred Flame (A tale of the Neanderthal...
- "To the People of Texas & All Ameri...
- (It Was) A Very Good Year.
- 50 Years on
- A Brewed Awakening
- A Certain Star
- A Child of Then
- A Cry in the Night
- A Cup of Tea
- A Dark Day without Rain
- A knife in the Heart
- A Life in the Theater
- A Light before Dying (Dark humor)
Until we meet again
I will not let my hand let go your hand.
How little time together here remains:
Dear sister- looking old, frail, and confused-
lost somewhere in Morpheus’ gentle dreams.
The taxi that I called is downstairs waiting,
and shortly I must tear myself away
Knowing that our parting will be final-