Monthly Archives: October 2017

Revolution undone

So long ago There were few young ones With ideals to rescue the world From stagnation That was reached By old fat by-gone generation That was tired so sought The peaceful sleep. No one remains young. A change becomes a … Continue reading

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Good, bad and indifference

A wise and good Learns from their enemy But never becomes like that enemy A wise and bad Classifies their enemy into Good they destroy then claim never existed Bad they encourage then use to justify themselves to their friends … Continue reading

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Act of kindness

Act of kindness That is ill informed Kills! The old wonderer roamed The narrow streets with his Narrative. There were few who paid Him attention and were Dismayed. He was shooed away Often by hands, sometimes by Real shoes. Act … Continue reading

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Her shirt

I smell the collar of her shirt The morning after Her sweat is sweet The scent of her perfume is fading What remains is memory. October 13, 2017

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Fly

There is a dragon Always a dragon Always flying In her dream She wakes up sweating Her dreams don’t come often. There is a girl running Always running Always a girl In his dreams She is eaten inside out By … Continue reading

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Stop

You have grieved enough Hang the fox’s tails And the rabbits to dry It is your last season Of hunting Pain! Stop Your time to ride The horizon to unknown Is now So prepare It is your last season Of … Continue reading

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Hypertension

Boiling in silence Boiled to death How do you like your eggs? His ears ringing He didn’t hear Mrs Smith’s irrelevant question Sitting at the table Staring into the distance Occupying the empty white plate Front of him Abyss He … Continue reading

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Sleepless

The state of being sleepless is Supposed to be a romantic State of restlessness untrue So untrue It makes my skin curl around its cells Like a coil of Rattle snake lies in waiting for Its prey The state of … Continue reading

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