Monthly Archives: December 2016

What mist it that?

What mist is that? That floats in the eve Is it where I once Joined hands And rode the stream?   What sky is that? So red and blue I wait for the pinks And reds dark hue   What … Continue reading

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Grace

I fell from grace Cause hell was closed Reign  of man Held close I fell from grace Cause Kansas was closed But loved non the less As child In new clothes I could not read or say aloud This is … Continue reading

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Sense

It all makes sense, now The past, of no shame Spoke loudly, but in vane It all rhythms, now Yesterday and today Beat together, to show the way It all makes sense, now Hindsight’s partner Speaks clear of the author … Continue reading

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Suicide

How cruel the night How cold the stone How black the road, To one’s final home How cruel the bleak place Of helpless cries release And wounds unseen That mark pains, refrain How cruel the night A lost dark place … Continue reading

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I guess

I guess It was the march Of thirty dusty nights   I say it was one day That lasted a lifetimes Morning glory, say   I think today is mine And yours For all of what I do, adore   … Continue reading

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Progress and Progressives

  Of left’s and rights Are we made, Progressives all Unless Amish resting in shade Of lefts and rights Hands on the wheel Tugging one way Then back with feel Of lefts and rights Do we turn, If one, only … Continue reading

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