Monthly Archives: May 2014

SIX MINUTE POEM

I’ll give myself minutes– six– to write some lines and try thereby to fix something that cannot be fixed. A loss so large I’m at a loss where to begin to grieve. . . tears come but mostly go. . … Continue reading

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SALT WATER FRESH

salt water fresh staining finest hairs on facial flesh. . . a loss quite long in coming as plain as day but finalized deep in the night. . . the hope for the next world obscured by welling blear. . … Continue reading

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THE PEST TEST

Whensoe’er a pest or two intrudes into your place to roam. . . Well, you can give them chase, or try to pen them in or out. . . but if you only give them space, sometimes they’ll leave just … Continue reading

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BE BOLD

Being bold. Does not need to mean being left out in the cold.

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A LIVING HEART JUST LIKE A BIRD IN FLIGHT

a living heart just like a bird in flight. . . a wonder to feel, a beauty to observe the trajectory and curve of every flutter move. . . but delicate its form and short its time. . . for … Continue reading

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TO GIVE LOVE

If you find you can’t love, step back. . . move into it. . . and you may find that will change your perspective. . . love life. . . love yourself. . . then suddenly without a single syllable … Continue reading

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SUN BREEZE HEART

The kiss of summer sun on skin and caress of softest wind to go along is sweet, but it will take a long unwind of time to forge the bridge across the quite deep gorge to mend the broken heart … Continue reading

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WHEN YOU ARE PLAID

When it gets too comfortable to be a plaid it may be time to break your trend, even if means to temporarily pick up a fad and trade that plaid for paisley.

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TWINING IN THE KITCHEN

Twine two threads of thought together, take out some food, prepare, assemble it to suit the season and the weather and create a new grain salad, fresh conceived, for eager plate, which hits the spot, much to your pleasure.

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ELUSIVE IS THE ROAD

Elusive is the road. . . at times it winds sharp turns– pointed, sheltered, lean. . . at others, open, broad, exposed alike to whipping wind and gentle rain to bitter snow and warmest sun. . . the suppleness to … Continue reading

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