Monthly Archives: October 2014

raynbow

under cloak of shadow under sunlight’s glow why wait for a rainbow when a new stitch you can sew another pitch you can throw remember all you truly know let your vibrant colors show for you are the truest raynbow … Continue reading

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sempervivum

jupiter slowly sails across early morning skies a couple hours more he sails until in daylight hides wispy islands of clouds frame the course he flies over glowing enlightened shrouds his majesty presides each morning i watch until the lark … Continue reading

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stillness

stillness speaks luscious lull morning minstrels screaming stars celestial chirpers peace pervades before the light of day invades ears encounter beaked enchanter stillness subsides orchestra of day overrides fire fades to a flicker keep this candle sheltered from the wind … Continue reading

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jason

i have this friend named jason he’s all shriveled like a raisin so while he’s all tight on brevity our conversation could use some levity he might be dehydrated he said water’s overrated so much excess he did expunge such … Continue reading

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one book

you asked what books stuck with me most it’s like asking do i enjoy the mountains or prefer the company of the coast would i prefer mingling with the guests or listening to the ultimate host another day your question … Continue reading

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splicing kernels

saw a small man who appeared in need heard someone shout he’s a roadside weed he had no sign he did not speak he carried a bag into which i tried to peek we crossed paths again the following week … Continue reading

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dewwy

dew descends my eyes rise my mind ascends awaits surprise she hides in shadow draped in veils await the morrow when red prevails my midnight herald trumpets the hour she cannot be cajoled to reveal her power others in her … Continue reading

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