The POTW: Verse Til It Hurts


POTW #853
(Week of 13 October, 2013)

I want to reassure readers that I have not died recently, I've just been working more than usual at my "day" job, which currently is mostly about writing a script for something called The Wolf Among Us. This weekend is no exception, but I've taken a few minutes to compose this note and explanatory poem. We should be returning to normal soon.

Incidentally, the Poem of the Week will be turning eighteen on Tuesday! They grow up so fast...

Not Dead

Do not panic
I'm not dead
My day job waxes manic
In the waters of my head
In the chilly North Atlantic
Where the words are wrought and read
The Poem is Titanic
And the iceberg must be fed

Copyright © 2013 by Dave Grossman

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