Tag Archives: Poems by Richard R. Guzman

Heavy Eating

        Listen. Go get ten tablespoons of sugar, eight teaspoons of baking powder, four of salt. Get two cups of yogurt, two of milk, two of flour, one of cornstarch.  Last, a dozen eggs, the yolks. This … Continue reading

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POETRY

This post presents a list of poems and commentary on poetry by Dr. Guzman, his colleagues, and students.   —Links go live when material becomes available—   POEMS Coming Into Lent Why Sinatra Grows on You The James Boys on … Continue reading

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“Why Sinatra Grows on You”

          I like my pop drivel laced with rancor and acid and the raw sugar of curled- lipped youth peeling down the road, flying from syrupy old fogies who didn’t have the guts to just die before they … Continue reading

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