Eddie Roa

I'm a retired marketing man (market research, advertising, media management, brand management) now taking up the pen to express, entertain, elate, annoy myself.
I'm married to Alma, with two kids Eric and Lyn, one grandson from each, Dustin and David.
Popular Poems
Poesy Defiled
What have I gotten myself into?
A commune of faggots, dilettantes,
Men In mistaken milieus
Ladies feigning radical chic
Red Lace
I espied a red glint
In between the cracks
On the wooden panels
Of a locked up closet
The Foothills
The foothills are rueful and evasive today
Their outline glow seems palled and
The twilight reluctant to give up the light
The sun a dull emboss on weak pink,
Leaving By Taxi
Tell him not to go
Tug at his coat sleeves
Cry out in plea
Won’t you?
Fallen Gods
Hey! I saw you
I told the breeze as he swooped
And lifted a lady’s skirt
With no one seeing us


Joanna Patino 22 January 2009
Funny, I like it! Go Girls!
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