I enjoy writing poetry about a variety of topics. It can be humor. There are events in life to question. I believe that I can capture many life cycle events in a verse. I am always looking for more things to write about. It can honor someone. We can challenge those who read or listen to my poems. Lately, I totally enjoy reading my words to groups. I have self-published two books of poems for which I look for donations for a fund at our temple in memory of our son, Stephen. I believe that I have been a volunteer most of my life. I took some of those volunteer life lessons and with some of my poems, I wrote the Volunteer Handbook. In … Read more about Bill McNulty
This is a book of poetry with encouragement for others to write. Included are quotes from famous authors with my thoughts and poems that may echo their words. The creativity of writing takes so many wonderful forms. It is my wish that everyone finds a form of expression to share with their world.
Inspired by thoughts and memories of his father on Father’s Day, Bill McNulty comes to us again with another collection of poems.
Sports, current events, love and laughter – they all provide fodder for the curious mind of McNulty, author of “A Poet At Heart”, to put into verse. And where did this curious mind originate? Perhaps we should look no further than the title of this book.
Poems for the Older Generation
Bill McNulty returns with another collection of poems, this time in honor of those dealing with the ups and downs of aging.
From lighthearted verses to heartfelt rhymes
all proceeds benefit Alzheimer’s research
Amazing how scoring with the ladies and baseball sounds the same. Some young men can’t help but brag about how they play the game. Reaching first base, it’s a sweet touch and maybe a kiss. Getting to second base, it’s a lot more with the young miss Third base and reaching home plate, you know […]
Sitting in the park, hear the traffic roll by. Amazing the sounds you hear, if you try. You can hear the car engine roar, Driver has the pedal to the floor. The strains of the truck engine pulling a load. Without seeing, you hear the traffic on the road. You hear the car horn, someone […]