Wednesday, February 21, 2018
A Poem by Richard L. Ratliff
Snow is both sides of the same page
It covers the grave and the tulip
It holds the heat in and reflects it back
While falling it hides your passage
When finished it documents your path
Richard L. Ratliff is a baby boomer, born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. His Mid-West ties have built the foundation and setting for his poetry. He is a Purdue University graduate, with two years of engineering that turned into a degree in English Literature, along with being a two-year letterman in wrestling. All of these eclectic combinations have given him a career as a boiler and combustion expert and poet.