Lee B. Mack

(01/04/1957 to / Shelbyville, Kentucky)

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LEE BROCK MACK (Psychobiography)

Lee Brock Mack poet, Semi-Retired Financial/Systems Consultant, Community College and High School part time Teacher; is author of the 1977 poems: “Gifts of Strength” and “Home Train.” Mr. Mack recognized traditional philosophies and practices of poetry, and works hard to spearhead some works he hopes will entertain and find acceptance as improvisational poetry. His native language is English and he strives to express empathy with English traditions, other native tongues, ancestral and historical expression; like jazz, poetry improvisation is developing as a new modal set, expressive similar to chord changes in music, and trial and error... more »

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  • Rookie Lee Mack (10/30/2011 11:25:00 AM)

    At log-in: to Lee B Mack poems,
    submit new poems blocked, edit is also blocked, from list of 119 poems;
    diverted to another (2nd) list of 13 poems instead where
    submit new poems is allowed.

  • Rookie Lee Mack (10/8/2010 7:08:00 PM)

    Wonderful poems

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Best Poem of Lee B. Mack

Cellophane Spirit: Improvisation 10 19 2004

Old men have seen a memory blown by sleeping,
wails of grief kisses sucked up excavated noses
soul stirring psalms to the very top of the lung
energy boasts of a golden but feared recall, I
have seen the fingering of Miles Davis’ trumpet
wail of sex instincts on Stella by Starlight sung
Jesus looking for guileless disciples in the gilded
night I have seen a memory, driven by alleys of
Georgetown fences, noted gentries out-of-the-way
welcome entries, walked to mama’s down at the
very end of towns, P Street’s dead turn onto the
Avenue of murderer’s ...

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