Category Archives: Poetry

Anything

  I’m not saying I know anything, Particularly, Anything, in particular, Kant knew, only what he thought he knew, Looking up, clouds race the blue, Looking down, spring jonquils push, Toward the azure magnificence, One flees, the other aspires, Who … Continue reading

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Diggin up the Roots

I was just layin round, On the black night stoop, Smoking something I’d found, Neath a crease in the truth, When she rolled up like my old fears, Got out and made the steps in arrears, Stood her high way, … Continue reading

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Mr. Watcher

We’d sit, looking out, As the slatted line of dark pines, Long green shadows pitted in stars, Lifted and swayed, Like the evening waltz, You used to do when a cocktail or two, Had lit your flame, And on I … Continue reading

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Grateful Buzz

  That little bee, Buzzed around, Low and fat, While this rock star, see, Another drink in hand, The morning sat, Fifty million fans, Fifty million bees, And here they met, In same sun, same nectar, Same buzz, Same stillness, … Continue reading

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A Blunt

I smoked a blunt last night, The twitchy boy who’d sold it said not to, Smoke a whole one, only a few draws, tokes, He’d used the word “tokes” in his twitchy hairless, Voice, only a few and I’d be … Continue reading

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Stealth

Often I think of love, As an animal, The leopard, with her Deep spots, wide as night, Sleeping upon the knarled Limb, high against large, Grey moon, a ghost Herself, quietly slipping, Amongst the dark treetops, Like some soulful sojourner, … Continue reading

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Prayers

“I’m not going to pray anymore,” She said. And I tilted towards her Violet pillow, The one scented with lavender, “For sleeping more soundly,” Her mother had said, Quietly. “You are my God, and I,” She said, Looking up on … Continue reading

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