Monthly Archives: March 2016

Reconciliation:

  Riveting beats Hit my seat Steel wheels roll Over rails made for gold Across the plains Locomotives screams From my box-car I watch the scenes To the south Where lands turn dry To a house where my child, resides … Continue reading

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Unfurling

From the slinky slank I drank Upon a meadow of reds That stank Within my time of highs And lows And across the bounty Of lands unknown Here is me Alive and well Having drank from, a mortals hell Where … Continue reading

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Tired Eyes

Tired eyes Roam streets of glass One false move It’ll be last Bended knees Once young, and free Creak along With mornings suns, song How we manage? How we fight? How we travel from dawn, to night?   Tired eyes … Continue reading

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Loss

Loss Mine Yours Time spent, never more Loss Place forever gone Never to return to mend Or does it still lurk, deep within our fading skin? Loss Probing memories Tickling ticks hearts Weighty memories Live deep within our thoughts So … Continue reading

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Renewal

Hither dither, The girl by the river, Let her hair, hang down And there it rested Till the river crested Combed in the waters flow And pulled it down stream to places unseen To worlds of wonder, To places with … Continue reading

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