Monthly Archives: April 2014

in whose dreams do i tread

remember the smells of ages passed ancient aroma dwells in neglected crevasse rehear the sweet sound when you came face to face with ten thousand spines as you walked on holy ground that hallowed hall upon south broad the endless … Continue reading

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fish

i knew no fear and it cost me big when i swam too near the fabled pier i was hooked before i knew what it was to be a fish i was booked without a clue i am not your … Continue reading

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mad

i was mad but not to worry it’s a paper slurry i was mad about a mag two guys named al one on the cover the other underneath through golden ages woven in its pages one the perennial new man … Continue reading

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roots

i grew up on poe and python shakespeare and star trek i could rely on then i grew into an era of who an anthology of poe kept beside my bed flowers darkly bred would sprout inside my head danse … Continue reading

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mother

dear mother am i a bad child problematic or wild or have i learned given respect you’ve earned blessed mother effortless illusion your constant toiled garden i hang upon your apron mess your majestic mansion beloved mother have i misunderstood … Continue reading

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pigs making bricks

while reweaving old yarn out yonder in the barn i found some old hay with which i did play if you haven’t enough of such silly old stuff i found three pigs making bricks out of my old twigs and … Continue reading

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refocused

once again reunited blessed bearings righted in your absence abhorrent i had become more penitent why had i not realized that that which is most prized was with me the whole time root of paradigm most prime gravitational lensing had … Continue reading

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