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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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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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Noise outside

So a hundred student lined up For the latest kata the Shifu Will demonstrate The Sensei will dance the steps The teacher, who is standing in readiness, Will part with his knowledge To the benefit of the lined human bodies … Continue reading

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Class disarray

A teacher stands in despair Another student leaves noisily A chaos of restless bodies Another question marks The crowd lacking the listening skill The same answer is given the hundredth time A teacher stands in despair Observing unruly class Observing … Continue reading

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To Last

Tell me something to last She told him with the flicker of life in Her eyes is dimming Bleeding internals are sucking Her energy into the Dark matter of eternal sleep Tell me something to last She said and He … Continue reading

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Ray of pain

A singular ray penetrates My skin through a nano sized hole Into the depth of my unknown Is there a soul Is there an essence Is there me? A singular ray penetrates My skin through a nano sized hole And … Continue reading

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A day in the life of Sample Undone!

Random Debt from the famous Guide Showed up at his door One day Followed by the collectors of Westworld on her heels One day Filled with shows one after the other Empty time strung randomly into One day Pizza boxes, … Continue reading

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After party

He arrived late to the party Uninvited In mayhem he cashed his cheque He arrived late to the party Undetected In mayhem he found his chances He arrived late to the party Uninterrupted In mayhem he collected His ticket His … Continue reading

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