Roth comes riding in and then canters out. Oftentimes, the head is
bowed by reality; other times, he is proud to have said something
noteworthy. Retired after forty-two years as teacher/school
administrator, he now resides in Mount Sinai, far from Moses and the
tablets. This has led him to find words for solace. He spends his time
writing and playing his guitar. One of his poems, “Forsaken Man,” was
selected for Best of 2012 poems in Storm Cycle.
Thin Little Wires