Tag Archives: Regret

SATURDAY SINKING INTO SENTIENCE

Saturday. .. sinking into sentience, shrinking regret and petty penitence, to let heart flower in its way. . . remembering one’s deep importance, as, almost imperceptibly the August day before us glib and glorious dawns, waxes, wanes and shortens, awaiting … Continue reading

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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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UP IN ARMS AND ONWARD

Where DO we go from here? Mistakes, somehow only in the aftermath add up in such a way we think we see them crystal clear. . . Although it’s key not to misjudge their size or kind– for, bear in … Continue reading

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