Randy Boone

Randy Boone resides in the pastoral beauty of Kunkletown, Pennsylvania. He can usually be found lurking about thrift stores, coffee shops or the great outdoors. His recent publications include poems in Three Line Poetry, The Red Poppy Review, Long Story Short, The Penwood Review, Time of Singing, Shemom, and Glimpse.


that’s the way
they said it came,
toppling power lines,
uprooting trees and homes,
orphaning lambs, calves, and kids.
The predictions were all on track,
yet what could be done to thwart nature?
A city is gone; what’s left, potential.

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