Another guest poem today. This one is by another favorite writer/poet and emerging friend, Seymour Jacklin. He is also a gifted storyteller with an awesomely cool accent (think South African blended with potpourri English). This one is spoken word which, in my opinion, is the best way to capture the fullest essence of the multi-sensory art of poetry.
2 thoughts on “Empty House – guest poem by Seymour Jacklin”
Hey, Rob, Somehow I missed this posting – thank you so much for highlighting my work and saying such lovely things 🙂
It’s a great piece, Seymour. Keep ’em comin’.