A trip to NY inspires a poem about Rod Serling
Carl Sagan's Grave Site overlooking Ithaca, New York as seen in winter.
A poem about Mohammad Ali winning the heavyweight championship on February 25th,1964.
The exhibition was created in memory of Ithaca resident and Cornell Professor Carl Sagan by the Sciencenter in 1997.
The Recreation Park Carousel in Binghamton, New York. Here is where Rod Serling carved his initials as a boy and was later inspirec to write Walking Distance, a Twilight Zone episode.
Robert P. Fitton reads several short poems
Robert P. Fitton's poem about the funeral of Princess Diana in 1997.
Robert P. FItton reading his poem about September 11, 2001.
Robert P. Fitton reads a poem about the duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr.
A poem of pain ,a poem of despair, and a poem of hope.
A poem about change in the fall by Robert P. Fitton.
Robert P. Fitton walked through Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas and wove his emotions into a poem about the experience of being where JFK was shot dead on November 22, 1963.
A poem of those who have fallen in our lives.
A poem about memories of snowplows, youth and reflection.
A poem and prayer for the common man.
Robert P. Fitton's Poem- North of North
Author Robert P. Fitton reads his poem, The Footprints
Author Robert P. Fitton reads a poem about the Cape Cod Canal.