May 22, 2017


Mikel K



[Poem]

Poem

One Doughnut at a Time Man (2014-07-21) poem unrhymed

Mikel K is a poet and memoirist living in Mableton, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta, with his photographer-artist partner Just Joan, and their three dogs, two cats, two turtles, and bird.

Is Your Economy Strong? (2014-08-11) poem unrhymed

Mikel K was voted Best Atlanta Poet, the last two years in a row, by readers of Creative Loafing, Atlanta's weekly newspaper.

Solutions Not Suicide (2016-08-08) poem unrhymed

"Don't call the feds..."

She Is an American Girl (2016-09-12) poem unrhymed

"...but she didn't fall for me..."

Turncoat (2016-10-31) poem unrhymed

"...you are still the same you..."


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Mikel K
Mikel K


Mikel K is a poet and memoirist living in Mableton, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta, with his photographer-artist partner Just Joan, and their three dogs, two cats, two turtles, and bird. K was voted Best Atlanta Poet the last two years in a row by readers of Creative Loafing, Atlanta's weekly newspaper. He has a BS in English with a minor in Journalism from Georgia State University.

Poetry by Mikel K has appeared in: Subtle Tea, drown in my own fears, poetic diversity, Zygote In My Coffee, The Blue Lake Review, Swimming With Elephants, The Georgia Review, The Reeve Report, Lowlife Magazine, The Political Dogma, World Wide Hippies.com, Open Salon, and Beagle Bugle. He was a music columnist for a number of years, covering the Atlanta music scene and worked as a freelancer for The Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Mikel K's books can be found at < href=" http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/mikelkpoet?searchTerms=&pageOffset=1">Where Even Hell's Angels Are Afraid.