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THE MOVES OF PUSH AND PULL

‘Tis good and apt to move and act quite stiff and quick on fair and proper warning, but much more rich to breathe fresh air, in calm and patience full and thick, where eyes and spirit open up to wide … Continue reading

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ON PURPOSE (revised version)

[The original version of this poem first appeared on The Danforth Anchor during a Poet’s Rally in 2011, and contributed to my receiving a Perfect Poet Award for my participation in the rally. The Rally officials awarded poets for their … Continue reading

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THE BREAK OF DAY

the break of day the song of bird from sundry tree tops peals. . . the ray of sun still hid above gray haze. . . the peace and push of spring the body feels. . .

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