Don Bouchard

Don Bouchard is Assistant Professor of Teacher Education at Crown College

His Poetic Works:

Falling Leaves
Dragons
These Trees
Early Diners
Willy Loman

“My poetry touches on aspects of my life: the farming/ranching life and people from where I originated; from literature and philosophy; from personal experiences; and from my own spiritual life. I love the natural world created by Christ Himself, and I process most poems within that natural context. I think free verse combined with some intentional respect for diction, meter, and serendipitous rhyme are where I tend to center my writing. Almost always, my poems have layers of meaning, at least to me.”

 

Check out more of Don Bouchard’s work on the previous Fall 2016 and Fall 2017 editions of the Rivulet:

Fall 2016:

Gepetto
Sun Up
Red Sky at Night and Vinegar Pie

Fall 2017:

If It Rains
Prayers
Marching to Gehenna
When the INFINITE
If Everyone Were Pirates
Apple Sorting