Category Archives: Medium Length Poems

SPRING–A CHANGING SEASON

A changing season makes its way like biting and surprising treason, as it blooms toward hot sun arc peaking near as high as heaven, up from wet and cold and dark that chills the bone with fierce wind blown to … Continue reading

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PAIN

Pain a wistful gripping at the sunlit window pane. . . to see and to imagine from under shaded canopy a veritable panoply of things i can and cannot see that I can shun or choose, and lose or gain. … Continue reading

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WHEN HEAVY THINGS DO WEIGH YOU DOWN

When heavy things do weigh you down, go blog it. But soon, one day, if you keep on too long that way, lightning may strike right in your way, and you really must unplug it. That kind of connectivity in … Continue reading

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SEIZE THE SATURDAY

Saturday– a time to seize a gladder day. . . So rub your eyes, and let out groans as well as weary yawns and sighs, and stretch your sleepy head to toes awake, get in your groove. . . And … Continue reading

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HOWLING BETWEEN THE MOONS

Howling between the moons. A new phase soon I know is coming. . . And, by then, I hope my body will be humming and nowhere will I see those crows who search park trash cans with their nose to … Continue reading

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WHAT YOU LIKE

Figure out precisely what you like about it. Then ditch all small and bigger doubts, but do it nicely for, they, too have had their benefit in former days– know that, accept them as a kind of gift, don’t flout … Continue reading

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FINDING YOUR WELCOME

When you’re not welcome as you are, you leave. Then, caught in doldrums like a fading star, you cry and droop and wail and sigh, for welcome is not there for you within this moment to achieve. But, sit and … Continue reading

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