Monthly Archives: July 2014

Glass Eye

Shattered, not splintered. Is that the equivalent of shaken, not stirred? I’m not sure I know the difference anymore. It was all of them, what he did to me. I know, these days it’s not PC to say that someone … Continue reading

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NebulEyes

  Opening iris and centered there Luminous all in all Dreamed in the heart of let it be Orbits round the thought First and last and evermore Daunting seer, wondrous seen Traps the nothing, sets it free There, all that … Continue reading

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Break Time

Just letting those who follow this blog — and thank you all — that I’m taking a few days off. I’ll be back! Your reading my work is very much appreciated!

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Sunset

There in the azure garden swirl The golden dying blooms Plucked from the mind of Jupiter Festooning Gaia’s brow And as she turns her face away From his bright shining love He sings to her his sad farewell And sets, … Continue reading

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Only

Where do all the onlies go, When all the rest are gone? When the voices all are stilled And all that is, is alone? Eroding Atlas bears the weight Of silence, hunched, head bowed. Where have all the voices gone, … Continue reading

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Wish

Dressed in autumn’s finery A farewell to impart Symphony of wind, downbeat, Embark on fluttering prayer Leaflets kneeling all in rows, Mirrored partners bow. Backlit with sun and splendor, Cast-offs swaying groundward Return essence to the earth. Let me leaflike … Continue reading

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Homeless

Open-mouthed, she stared at me When I put it in her hand. Bewilder-eyes moist with tears And still I question why She couldn’t see behind her sign To see the things I saw. “Anything,” her scribbled words, “Anything will help.” … Continue reading

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