Author Archives: alaindesade

About alaindesade

Novelist, songwriter and philosopher. Has special interest in human relations, evolution of mind, inter-cultural complications, and the concept of God.

Skyping late

Her electronic teddy bear floods The screen with hearts The heart-shaped bubbles explodes Into kisses The whole screen becomes A cartoon scene The little girl laughs She giggles With red cheeks Her mother sounds The last call Bedtime … bedtime … Continue reading

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Her face

They say First love can never Be forgotten I don’t know Who are they But her face Is always there In front of my sleepy eyes opening The door of dreams Her face is there In the morning mist welcoming … Continue reading

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Breathing slowly

It has been a difficult week A long run Between prickly days The running never stops The prickles hurt Each day chocks alone With needless holes Of lost memory The running never stops The breathing is hard Is rapid Is … Continue reading

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Pages cut

In memory there is a timeWhen books came in folded sheets The excitement of cutting the pagesOf a new bookOf a new adventure For a child Now grown upAnd breaking bonds.January 20, 2021 New project: Love Notes Second chapter’s synopsis: … Continue reading

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The deflowering of a flower

Love me Love me notEach petal plucked For the joy ofUncertain heart.January 19, 2021 New project: Love Notes First chapter’s synopsis: Love Notes – Chapter 1 © 2021 Alain de Sade

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Itinerant labor

A whirlpool has taken the childAnother ship sinks in the pacific A soul is lost to itinerant laborA heartless mother, could it be?An absent father, could it be?Is hunger or desire the cause Unseen in day light but harbor Inside … Continue reading

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Obeisance

Before the glory Bowing heads in submission Obeisance offeredObeisance is recognized Before the glory I seeBowing heads in tearsA thousand soul released From the chains of nowReturning home humbledObeisance offered in silence. January 26, 2021

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Snowed today!

Bicycle ends hereDucklings skid on frozen lakeSnow sleeps on trees happy. January 24, 2021

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Wondering souls

In the darkness ofYesterday wonder the souls goneFlowers grow on the cliffs. January 23, 2021

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Pebbles

Small feet run over thePebbles scattered across the oceanCoast line draws the line. Between life and deathPebbles hold the names, the soulsSalty waters and dry lands. Tears on the cheeks gonePebbles scattered memories Small feet run the line. January 21, … Continue reading

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