As Lucille Ball said, “Once in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead.” I’m ready for him.

Red Bellied Woodpecker

Published by Lou Faber

Poet and writer (and retired attorney) and one time Pushcart Prize nominee (mistakes do happen) and practicing Buddhist (some things you can never get right, but you practice anyway), novelist in search of an Agent, jazz lover in search of the perfect trio (Bill Charlap comes closest). Author of "The Right to Depart," published by Plain View Press, ISBN: 9780911051308 (2008) My work has appeared in Aura Literary Arts Review, Afterthoughts (CA), Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, Celt at Aberffraw (Ire), Chaminade Literary Review, Candelabrum Poetry Magazine (UK), Exquisite Corpse, HazMat Review, Legal Studies Forum, Luna Negra, Main Street Rag, Midstream, European Judaism (UK), Pearl, Rattle, RE:AL The Journal of Liberal Arts, The South Carolina Review, Vigil (UK), The Worcester Review and too many elsewhere to list. My work has been anthologized in Hearsay: Poetry By Lawyers, Kafka Kaleidoscope (Birch Brook Press) and Torture and Triumph (Scars Publ.).

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  1. I know I say so many birds are “one of my favorites” but I’m extra fond of the red-bellied woodpeckers. Could see or at least hear them daily in my NC yard, regulars to my suet cakes 🙂 Such characters! Great Lucy caption LOLOL

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