Erren Geraud Kelly

Coffeehouse Poem # 336

I see a woman from a
Few days ago, entering
The coffeehouse
Her ebullience could melt
All the snow on the ground
Her red checkered flannel shirt
Black jeans and winter boots
Make her the poster girl for
Lobster boat chic
I tell her i,’m charmed
By her loveliness
She says, she smiles
Cos it helps her stay



“I am a Two-Time  Pushcart nominated poet from Boston. I have been writing for 28 years and have over 300  publications in print and online in such publications as Hiram Poetry Review, Mudfish, Poetry Magazine(online), Ceremony, Cacti Fur, Bitterzoet,  Cactus Heart, Similar Peaks, Gloom Cupboard, Poetry Salzburg and other publications. My most recent publication was in Black Heart Literary journal; I have also been published in anthologies such as “Fertile Ground,” and Beyond The Frontier.” My work can also be seen on Youtube under the ” Gallery Cabaret,” links.
“I am also the author of the book, ” Disturbing The Peace,” on Night Ballet Press.
“I received my B.A. in English-Creative Writing from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. I also love to read and I love to travel, having visited 45 states and Canada and Europe. The themes in my writings vary, but I have always had a soft spot for subjects and people who are not in the mainstream. But I never limit myself to anything, I always try to keep an open mind.”