Michael Stephen Daigle
- A mechanical murder
- Who killed the smart guy at the blackboard?
- An old story with meaning
- Happy Independence Day. Celebrate!
- The gospel according to Oswald: ‘It ain’t about dreams, and peace, just about war until the end.’
- The start of a new Nagler book. Maybe. Possibly. It’s a mystery.
- An audience of one
- Reading at Mouintainside, N.J., Library at 1 p.m. Saturday (June 17)
Tag Archives: poetry
Route 44 ripples in the dull sunlight, narrowing in a yellow-gray haze. Roadside poles shrink, pulled shorter by time and distance. Silence stretches. A fifties gas station rusts, the shout for a fill-up a memory, even to the old man in … Continue reading
Michael Daigle: What a pleasure to participate in another version of June Is Audio Book Month promoted by Spoken Freely, a group of more than 40 professional narrators. They have teamed with Going Public, and Tantor Media to offer Summer … Continue reading
Continents drift. Clouds drift. Wood drifts on water. Daffodils drift on swirling pools, tossed by your hand from the dock, yellow eyes turning. We drift. Chasms open, hearts open and close. Each grinding leaves dust; the closing not quite complete. … Continue reading
https://soundcloud.com/diane-havens/voyager-by-michael-daigle My poem “Voyager’ read by voice artist and friend Diane Havens Voyager This is why we love. To cast the sounds and breath of us afar, these parts of us we barely know; these gadgets that spring from our … Continue reading