John M. FitzGerald
John M. FitzGerald Poems
- The Misunderstood As for the talking, if I wanted something...
- Wheels In Motion Joe Smith takes a pickle jar and latex ...
- Magus I would be one of the wanderers, with heaven ...
- Spring Water Joe Smith works at the Spring Water Plant, in ...
- Joe Smith's Diary (1) I hardly sleep because of dreams. They...
- Prayer (Part 1) Now, I stare into emptiness, alone enough ...
- Introducing Joe Smith He is the man you saw sitting at the ...
J.M. FitzGerald is a writer/attorney in Los Angeles. He represents the disabled by day, but at night, represents the darkness. He attended UCLA and the University of West Los Angeles School of Law, where he was editor of the Law Review. His first book, Spring Water, the fictional story of the mental life of a psycho bottling plant shipping clerk who poisons bottles of water and ships them to Los ... more »
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Comments about John M. FitzGerald
As for the talking,
if I wanted something said,
it would be here.
These lines exist as they do for the falling,
for the unrevealed hurt,
for God to cry and angels fear
at my corruption,
at my shaking,
at my curse.
I need time to get away,
but present demons love me worse,
and figure ways to pose as muses.
They point to where my secrets wither.
They bruise the heights and stir the lows
with longing songs that ever crave to scream:
Let me come back!
No voice is greater than this.
What happened to the blasted ...