Lee B. Mack
Lee B. Mack Poems
- The Teacher Is The Teachers Te... Some drown in hydrolyzed ...
- Cellophane Spirit: Improvisat...
- A Poem Speaks Native (Improvis...
- A Granddaughter's Smile A granddaughter’s smile incites ...
- When Poems Write Themselves When poems write themselves To ...
- Intelligence Without A Mentor ...
- Come With Me Rolling Drifts Of... We meet to drive ...
LEE BROCK MACK (Psychobiography)
Lee Brock Mack poet, Semi-Retired Financial/Systems Consultant, Community College and High School part time Teacher; is author of the 1977 poems: “Gifts of Strength” and “Home Train.” Mr. Mack recognized traditional philosophies and practices of poetry, and works hard to spearhead some works he hopes will entertain and find acceptance as improvisational poetry. His native language is English and he strives to express empathy with English traditions, other native tongues, ancestral and historical expression; like jazz, poetry improvisation is developing as a new modal set, expressive similar to chord changes in music, and trial and error... more »
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The Teacher Is The Teachers Teacher
Some drown in hydrolyzed clouds
Some fall with the rains’ wiping away
All progress made let fade into top soils
Wet bloody mud from trampling up the
King’s vaunted highway to that
End where order of tables care
For regeneration in my Grandson’s blood
All school seats taken are seats of despair
That I am here and you are there despite
The rules of passion and the roads
Of unenlightened homes where fair made
Immunities out of the comfort of our beds
My boy classified as one of the
Little People -an adorable youth
Observer at the recesses ...