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Nocturne And The Gods Are Wide Awake

August 11, 2016 Nocturne and the Gods are wide awake, Immortal maidens walk the blood red forests wearing dried, blue rose-petals in their hair, Each blossom-apron, formed, unique, fold- crafted and carefully woven in between their braids and neatly perfectly straight awares, There is a bridge between the heart, recognition of the self, one’s combatant […]


August 6, 2016 Nightfall, unburdened by Light’s revelations, laden with repose, drained of color, enveloped in the skeleton of Sight, wreathed with flowers only vacant lava tubes know, hollow trees, whistling tunnels and flutes grasped by those held fast within their tombs, deceased and increased within the imaginations of children’s make believe, The black sands […]

Kneeling To Patience

July 25/29, 2016 Kneeling to Patience, a daisy rooted in ground, Smiling at lace and lamplight, the moon rises, Joy curled in a ball, might and lightness, the cobra child is warmed by all that enthralls, Deep wells swell in its eyes, a shooting star glides across the backs of two lovemaking kites, Sweets and […]

Ladybugs Everywhere

June 30, 2016 Ladybugs everywhere and how the mist wrapped around that lamppost nurtured by a ghost town’s maternity of all objects casting a shadow, day and night, as I discovered you, little by little, fathomless by fathomless, Then the scent of daisies and jasmine came, permeating Life’s face facing up, an invisible satellite dish […]

The View Outside That Fence Line

June 29, 2016 The view outside that fence line, a demarcation where going-out hesitates and the point at which swans lift off into a quiet, cricket-less hymn-sky, Buttercup shinning beneath her chin, sunrise, sunset, a million suns within, New moon, old moon, some moon, full moon, planets of no moons, risen and here, a becoming […]

It Cannot Be Said Enough

June 24, 2016 It cannot be said enough, so it remains silent, like lichen on a boulder, like a concrete foundation slowly fracturing beneath its carpeted Heaven, like decomposing clouds licked across the sun-lips of a reappearing god by the tongue of an anonymous volcano maiden, clothed in black-cedar-thread and orange diamonds, Meadows laid thin, […]

It’s Thunder

June 17, 2016 ‘It’s thunder.’ said the Leaf Elders to springtime buds, Far and wide Change could be felt on the air as pines swayed and hollow oaks whistled, Dandelions giving way to preplanned break-away points and dusts whispering the elderly forward, across the polished reflections of chime bells holding Silence with wreaths of Cottonwood, […]

Near The Field’s Edge

May 26 & 29, 2016 Near the field’s edge a great oak tree stands, Charred in some places, smooth white in others, with a lot of royal golden rough bark originals peppered throughout it day & night mending mends, Papaya-boa-twin coiled asleep in its inner whispering- on-fire branches, A white dove is born to every […]

I Want What Is Trusting In You

May 16, 2016 I want what is trusting in you to bloom, then go to seed, then sprout a forest, neither confrontational or meditational, just a place in this space for us to make what is believed to be enough, alive and deathless, above the shine and the rust, Leaf on the waterway, your smile […]

That’s What Your Heart Looks Like

That’s what your heart looks like in me, not to me. This caressing that’s searching for buried treasure has to stop, turn on the lights lover, you’re stroking solid gold skin! I turn to stone so to be buried as such, revealed just enough above the surfaces of things to be there in May to […]