Monthly Archives: December 2016

Wander

Look darling how our path is funny, strange and never straight. Like the butterfly wandering in his slightly drunken state. Come along the shoreline with me, watch the tide recede. Bubbly lines of sea foam linger there in need. See … Continue reading

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Weak Grounds

  The black wetness turned into the big trash can, Refuse with use, not giving them a second chance. Truculent she is. Damn stubborn. Unyielding. Downward spiral Goes the leftover swirling red tomato juice, Vodka signified a truce, Though shortly … Continue reading

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Straw and wheat

A blonde, terrifyingly beautiful in Chanel, But just another Sequoia tall and Fragile, as the forest ranger droned, Prone to fire, disease and drought. Prone then. A blonde with a great job, Portrayed in light yet grasping At straw colored … Continue reading

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Nothing of dirt

Digging a hole, deeper and wider Filling it with assonance, Assonance, assonance. Digging a whole, family divider Filling it with arrogance Arrogance, arrogance. Digging a grave, marked out beside her, Filling it with happenstance Happenstance, happenstance. For all the life … Continue reading

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Sound of Spring

    To hear a poem Is to know the sound of The soil warming In the sultry spring sunshine. If you feel the seed turning inside outward among The black womb of mother earth Until it splits asunder The … Continue reading

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Flowers Laughing

  She stepped out again to smoke. To sit among her garden flowers, Now laughing; and quietly wile away A day with lilies, dahlias, iris and Bright wisteria scents slashing. Laughing at nothing but happy and gay, And her smoke … Continue reading

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