Unlikely Stories Presents

SIMON PERCHIK knows his stones from his sand

To the Unlikely Stories home pageThe poems of Simon Perchik have worlds of subtlety, while at the same time piercing their subject matter with a profound, precise detachment. Whether he's discussing death, fate, or the struggle of human existence, the author vividly shows us his most secret thoughts, in a way that demands to be read again and again. The strength of these poems will startle you directly into their multilayered meaning.

Drop Simon a line at simon@hamptons.com, or check out his web site at www.geocities.com/simonthepoet.

Simon's works here at Unlikely Stories are:

I run my fingers, favor granite
You can still make out the waterfall
This apple still warm
Where is the poison