Joe Bisicchia

April 27th, 2016 by admin

Born Some of this is make believe. Or at least, it starts that way, as a faraway dream, a dream of all that we can be. So it is inside every me. Life ain’t always easy. In fact, it’s often quite stinky heartbreakingly. Rhymes often fail at the line, and the splendid sounds often drift far out of bounds. But, let this reality be— win or lose, now is now. Let us feel the glory of purpose, of worth, of team. This is far more than just sport. Or, so it can seem. Maybe it strikes deep at our core, underneath our seams. Maybe it’s love of life. That pure. Simple as life shared, you and me. Run I am speed. I want to run as if all I could do is make earth move, and all of its breeze be what I breathe down the street toward home. Catch Daddy! We see each other. Ball bounces. Busy world hard to hold, hard to let go. Me to him, him to me, again and again. Again and again, him to me, me to him. Hard to let go, hard to hold busy world. Ball bounces. We see each other. Monte Carlo In the mirage, in sun’s bending of street, when the racing stripe warps wrinkled as clouds pass as do all images, as all ephemeral messages, as all invitations do to inspire us to look through penetrable haze on the way to the sun and beyond, we shield our face, see our way, and race. Of Regret If only this. If only that. If only no regret. Our errors, our mistakes, dreams, mount the cold fact. Game never stays still. Such is life. It goes as it will. And we react. It goes. And we make. We overcome. And we make.   Joe Bisicchia writes of our shared spiritual dynamic. An Honorable Mention recipient for the Fernando Rielo XXXII World Prize for Mystical Poetry, his works have appeared in The Poet’s Haven, Sheepshead Review, Balloons Lit. Journal, The Inflectionist Review, Black Heart Magazine, Dark Matter Journal, Poets Collectives Anthologies, and others. The current public affairs professional in New Jersey is a former award winning television host who also taught high school English. His website is and he is on Twitter @TheB_Line

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