Tag Archives: Dogs

Broken smokestacks

Washing up for dinner I thought of the old ruins, Rusted steel twisted over concrete grown over again With nettle,ivory thistle and honeysuckle green against Darker shadows lurking no matter the time I would pass. The little black dog limped … Continue reading

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Breath

Two iris, white peels cow down Sad flowers if ever there were. Slow gait of Sarah’s black retriever, I before E except after C, she said. Slow gait of dying dogs is sadly missed Save for dying old men smoking … Continue reading

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I dreamt

I lay on my couch in my underwear in my darkness. Underneath my blanket. The low murmuring of adjacent offices wandered in and out of my ears. My own thoughts rabble on, loudly at first, but slowly subsiding into background … Continue reading

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