Wayne Allen LeVine is a writer, poet, philosopher, storyteller, and author of two books of poetry – Forgiveness for Forgotten Dreams and Myths & Artists, (both published by The Center Press), Wayne’s latest book Insights of an Ordinary Man, (published by Spirit Wind Books), a collection of autobiographical vignettes, inspired essays, and delightfully spiced with but a few scattered poems – was officially launched in mid-December, 2011, becoming an Amazon.com Best Seller, securing a top-20 spot within the top-100 in the nation. A Windy City native born in Chicago – moved west in 1980 to live his dreams in Southern California, dreams which are lived, honored, and fully shared with his wife and their two sons.
Entrenched in the sense memory
One might say: It was the night
and the sensuality of a naked
And the air was thick with laughter,
broken – softly spoken, with quivering
like caramel dreams melting through
One might say: It looked like a liquid
it impossible to sleep, while being
soaking the threads of a late night fantasy,
from Myths & Artists
In Honor of Spring
I see this as the sky of triumph –
Who Knew Then
Who knew then?
I ate my lunch out
skyscraper, or when
tree, growing out
Grand Canyon . . .
while my brother
it’s safe, behind the fence.
© 2012 Wayne Allen LeVine
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