Two Poems By Louis Phillips

  SUMMER IN MANHATTAN

“It is a beauteous evening, calm, and free.”

Alas! The thermometer reads 103.



PEER PRESSURE

Reason for my depravity?

All right, I speak it aloud:

I fell in with a bad crowd—

Humanity.



Louis Phillips is the author of over 50 books for children and adults. His most recent book is 4, four stories, four plays, and four poems. Available as a paperback or e-book.

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