Family Feud Break in the rain, thunderstorms; bolt angular lightning slithers away west. Walking, nanosecond flash family memories, personal, revert, tautology fault of style acerbic chats daggers in heart these words, confused, dicey dungeon sharp spike. A labyrinth, ruined passages, secret chambers, cellmates, now for life. Wind storms move away, young willow trees natter— smallest branches, still snap.
Michael Lee Johnson lived 10 years in Canada during the Vietnam era and is a dual citizen of the United States and Canada. Today he is a poet, freelance writer, amateur photographer, and small business owner in Itasca, DuPage County, Illinois. Mr. Johnson published in more than 1098 new publications, his poems have appeared in 40 countries, he edits, publishes 10 poetry sites.