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Sometimes We Can Be Uncovered By Sleeplessness

January 31, 2009 Sometimes we can be uncovered by sleeplessness, motions and likenesses of turmoil requesting gentle reprieves, not expensive, simply making the connections, bringing the day past into a focus that’s blurred just enough so the heart can recognize it as everyone’s yesterday, and not its unbearable wish to roll snowmen on the sun. […]

I Look Up, It’s Night, The Stars Show The Briskness

November 22, 2001 I look up, it’s night, the stars show the briskness, the air is ‘right’ for me, my head dissolves and I wish I could become the hints that the breeze urges into me, like a doctor’s hand, which is expensive, though absolutely necessary. In his truest meaning, the price is not negotiable […]

Weathered Cathedrals Of Autumn Wheat

October 26, 1999 Weathered cathedrals of Autumn wheat shinning beside a lighthouse crescent, An early rising farmer and a poetry following his retrieval of them. There is an evening danced throughout a candle slim, smaller than its flame consuming. In a hand all else resides unfinished ~ A season of wealthy ambitions, still there is […]

Green Blue, indigenous…

January 21, 1992 Green Blue, indigenous to copper, My hand of course is of a size before my knee-cap. Toward each finger is assigned a heart-foot. Each step, felt in a cylinder based in the left. There being a color assisting my patience in a glance ~ The spring’s coil-count ~ No longer a secret. […]