Poems by JH Johnson
Poems I often write over coffee.
My Observations on the World.
A news story about a doctor in India tricked into buying a genie's lamp was the inspiration for this poem.
From Boundless: The Rio Grande Valley International Poetry Anthology
Reflections on the many moods of poets as we write.
Published by Cathexis Northwest Press
Dear Vaccine is a global community poem, inviting all to share their voices to promote COVID-19 vaccination through the imaginative language of poetry.
Spring Writers.com Community Journal
A fun Spring poem included in a great series written by members of the writers.com community.
An Abecedarian on "diet" culture.
Published in Parliament Literary Journal.
A playful poem about following the rules.
Published in Wee Book of Wee Poems.
Another random historical incident turned into a poem about a special gift from the King of Ethiopia to President Teddy Roosevelt.
Published in Sundial Magazine.
An unfortunate fall down the stairs during Christmas break motivates this poem.
Published in BluePepper: Poetry with Bite.
You can find these and other poems on my expanded page.
Dreich Winter Xtra
The Poet Childhood Anthology
"Poetry heals the wounds inflicted by reason."
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