Louisiana Calling by Bill Gainer

Send a card when you get there.
I’ll miss you till next time
then after that…

Until then
may all your dreams
need alibis…

Remember me –
the last one
to say goodbye…


Bill Gainer contributes to the literary scene as a writer, poet, essayist, editor and performer. He currently edits for the Pen Award winning R.L. Crow Publications and hosts Poetry with Legs in Sacramento. He publishes and reads internationally. His latest book is A Note in the Window.  Visit him at billgainer.com.


2 Responses to “Louisiana Calling by Bill Gainer”

  1. edgarcrider Says:

    Favorite line may all your dreams need alibis

  2. D.R. Wagner Says:

    Bill is a wonderful poet who works in the short form perhaps better than anyone these days.

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