Monthly Archives: February 2017

Fish Don’t Have Lungs

Flying low, beneath the lowest clouds is an old bird, Old because he flies slow, more of a glide I suppose, Old wings swing up and down briefly, like gasping Lungs of those fish, but fish don’t have lungs, oh … Continue reading

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Let’s Have a Party

   Write me a song, sound Of flowers blooming Wild lavender pansies, Green plains in laughing color. Sing me a story with words “Love and worry”, Silent room sits dark, Your light slunk slow. Tell me a tale, Of the … Continue reading

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Menace

The woods draw closer in the evenings. Falling light, falling dark, falling as Fresh cut hay, and up looms the woodline, Voluminous in green shadow evermore. During my day it lays low, lingering Saying nothing save a quiet sigh As … Continue reading

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Cleanser

     We share a little green bottle, The content of which is cleanser. I always pressed down hard and Fast when I wanted cleanser. There were cleanser spills galore. Then, she moved the green bottle To a cradle on … Continue reading

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America the Beautiful

Write the song of a death, death of a young man blue, who Well he walked off the end of the earth, quite simply we say, The song goes slowly, following his steps, even his stagger Though the melody is … Continue reading

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