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Larry D. Thomas

A kindergartner

asked me if a crow
is a crow
because it caws.


Larry D. Thomas, a regular contributor of poetry to our sister Right Hand Pointing for many years, is a member of the Texas Institute of Letters and served as the 2008 Texas Poet Laureate.


 

Larry D. Thomas

The syllable
is the pulse
of the word.

Larry D. Thomas, a frequent contributor to Right Hand Pointing, lives in the Great Chihuahuan  Desert of far West Texas with his wife, Lisa, and two Chihuahuas, Pecos and Piñon, who are howling this very moment in the pack of his major Muses.

Larry D. Thomas

Awe
is the archive
of wonder.

Larry D. Thomas, a frequent contributor to Right Hand Pointing, lives in the Great Chihuahuan  Desert of far West Texas with his wife, Lisa, and two Chihuahuas, Pecos and Piñon, who are howling this very moment in the pack of his major Muses.

Larry D. Thomas

Blue Jay

What is his song
but a brand-new,
awkwardly angled
stick of blue chalk
dragged across
the chalkboard
of daybreak?

 

Larry D. Thomas reads and writes poems to enjoy the scenery of Yosemite from his balcony in the Chihuahuan Desert of far West Texas. www.larrydthomas.com