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If You Close Your Eyes

If You Close Your Eyes   Green lungs in ribbons, oceans in fever, stones slipping through the net, yet the will to c…

Climbing the Wall

Climbing the Wall In this global chaos we're being gifted pictures of wolves in sheep clothing, the news faucets …

The Wheel of Fate

The Wheel Of Fate   If I could spin the wheel of fate I'd make sure that all of the suffering is wiped away …

Dreams of Nightmares

Dreams of Nightmares     Dreams smooth then haunt the time between sleep and waking throughout our bones.   …

Badly

Badly     I’m trying to find my way out of the darkness Around hills and plains, feeling disheartened I’m prayin…

My Farmer Son's Hands

My Farmer Son’s Hands     Crinkly, pink, tightly curled were your hands in the beginning, protected by the milky v…

Itinerants

Itinerants     Egrets are perched upon the barren boughs Like dollops of plaster, serpent necks rising In the form…

Swan of Tuonela

Swan of Tuonela                                     After Jean Sibelius   It’s the plaintive score that first drif…

Too Late For Refuge

Too Late For Refuge We take refuge where there is no place that waits for flames to inflame logs yet keep us warm. Lea…

Nature Ignored

Nature Ignored The treads of boots leave prints in the snow, banked softly in the quietness of dark pines. Looking down …

Clair de Lune

Clair de Lune   Hills hold handsome in starch-white Collars, as a winter moon rises, erasing The darkness tuck…

A Call from the Past

A Call from the Past   It's real! You forced me to give it a seal, My tears remain congealed. In darkest hour …

Potatoes

Potatoes   With my fridge devoid of anything good to eat, the smell of cooking potatoes wafts in through my open balco…

Stubborn Heart

Stubborn Heart     There goes my heart Broken n' bruised Shot with the pain From being used n' abused …

Trees Cycles

Trees Cycles     Ravages by nature Now naked and bare Leafless for months Awaiting springs blooming care Pul…

The Corridor

The Corridor (An Internal Reflection) I see the world as a shopping mall. People meander and live in the mall,…

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