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Willing it true

There are a thousand signsThrough the chain of stepsAn old woman attempts To conjuncture the omensOf her seeing An image of an imagination splitBetween fear and hope willing It true! January 19, 2021

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Beloved!

Beloved! … Aphrodite leaves the battlefield After devouring her latest lover Not the last by any means But even Goddess of love Needs her rest And beauty sleep. … “Goddesses do not sleep” Interrupted a rude man in the Temple … Continue reading

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A Goddess Lost

Silence fills the void Starring at the horizon I see the Line between my wall and the Ceiling. … Caged horizon is all there is I close my eyes in despair. … Fire … the fire place is lit Horses … Continue reading

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Full moon returns

Children sit around the old man Full attention is given to his words Telling the story of the full moon warrior, he Chews and spits Holding suspense between his coughs. Woman warrior named moon Revolts against the tyranny of the … Continue reading

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Myth

Story told thousand times A story told over a thousand years Eventually believed Who could challenge, Wisdoms of old Who could challenge: none! June 4, 2018

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A coin

A child flips a coin In the fountain They say it brings luck The child thinks It is a joke And wishes. The coin is lost, The child receives His fate. The fountain is dry now! April 21, 2017

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