by Timothy DeLizza
I don’t know how to say “love” to my father,
and so I mow the lawn.
My father doesn’t know how to say “love” to me,
and so he lets me mow the lawn.
Timothy DeLizza was raised in Brooklyn, New York. He currently lives in Baltimore, MD. He works as an energy attorney for the government. His novella Jerry (from Accounting) is available as a Kindle Single. He may be found here: www.timothy-delizza.com.