Two Poems

Traveler

I go by myself
to where I am supposed to be
without ever being sure
I have arrived

In Truth

How long to be endured
no one can say
being a small discomfort
to others

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About the Author

Jack Lindeman was born in Philadelphia, served three years in the army, and has taught at Lincoln University, Temple University, and Kutztown State University. His most recent book is Lincoln: The Black Man’s Advocate. His poems have appeared in various literary magazines including Blue Unicorn, CommonSense2, Freshwater, the Kerf, and Rambunctious Review. He has published two books of poetry, Twenty-One Poems and As If, which was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

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