Dennis Trujillo is a high school math teacher who happens to love poetry. A 1976 West Point graduate, Dennis served in the Army for twenty years before pursuing his teaching career. This is perhaps an unusual background for a poet, but he takes inspiration from Borges’s edict that poetry is a combination of fire and algebra. His poems appear in several literary magazines and journals.
You can find three more of his poems on-line in the Fall 2010 issue of Wild Goose Poetry Review, www.wildgoosepoetryreview.com.
Read Dennis’ poems:
- Crickets in Winter
- Wooden Bicycle
- Memories of Wildflecken
- Afternoon Rain
- On Keeping the Universe in Balance