we watch lazily
at catboats on the bay
bonded in pleasure
that my cell phone is off
Atlas Poetica, 15, Summer 2013
Chinese Translation (Traditional)
Chinese Translation (Simplified)
Neal Whitman began to write general poetry in 2005, haiku in 2008, and tanka in 2011. He writes to be read and believes that the reader is never wrong. With his wife, Elaine, he combines his poetry with her Native American flute and photography in free public recitals with the aim of their hearts speaking to other hearts.