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Celerity

Celerity The word of the day … Celerity The word of the ages … Celerity Is today’s word … With celerity The unseen visitor makes It’s calls on houses Unsuspecting Innocents Rides in Its waves … With celerity The unseen … Continue reading

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Life

Inspired by: https://hortusclosus.wordpress.com/2020/10/19/aphorism-85/ … Life is unconscious decisions Life is conscious emptiness Life is delusion of being Life is absent reality Life is fruitful by definitions Life is happy in suffering Thousands of thoughts Thousands of years Yet no one … Continue reading

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The Master’s boy

The Master draws a rose The words on the boy’s red lips Rest blood line, his, ceased. … November 25, 2020

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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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Cycling to heaven

On the road to the mountain sanctuary I met a priest Or was he a monk? A Buddhist monk guiding a goat Or was it the other way around? Perhaps there were two Perhaps I met two After all I … Continue reading

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God’s spirit

A misshapen bird Appears beautiful In carvings found yet Lost for generations In daylight flies Sun burns his wings In agony Mutates into thousands Of humans and Gods Worshipped into extinction But Remains untouched In agony Feeds on the flesh … Continue reading

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Long Silent

Long silent I have been silent for long Contemplating Pretending Pretending to contemplate Time Time unmeasured remains in my Soul Silent Long silent Face Appears Appears on the surface of my Conscious Conscious? Am I? For how long? I have … Continue reading

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A thought

A thought visits The village of crossed roads At the edge of sanity land A thought visits Unannounced On the back of a breathe Who is breathing in chocking existence. A wiseman sits at the edge Of a volcano counts … Continue reading

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Walk

Walk And I will walk beside you We Will go the distance Water Or solid ground may come We In being one Will Reach the beyond We By our sheer Will Can make it across the terrain Being one! April … Continue reading

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Poem: A Conversation

  I need to have a conversation with God, angels, humans or the remains of my grey matter.   I need to have a conversation that reminds me the words for a functioning human, (a language lost).   I am … Continue reading

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