Drop In A Waterfall Who tells me a drop in a waterfall is not enough? Must I shine like a sun so my planets can orbit around me? Or be an angel at the top of the tree? What is so wrong about being part of the flow, one among many? My sister brother droplets, what is the ocean but all of us finally together?
James Hannon is a psychotherapist in Massachusetts where he accompanies adolescents and adults recovering from disappointments, deceptions, and addictions. His poetry and non-fiction have appeared in journals including Amethyst Review, Blue River, Cold Mountain Review and in Gathered: Contemporary Quaker Poets. His collection, The Year I Learned The Backstroke,was published by Aldrich Press.