Monthly Archives: July 2015

Word Craft

Word Craft The words are dozing resting from work at the nuance factory to regain their original nature after a life time of time and a half Outside flocks of poets lurk nets in hand, ready to flick wrists and … Continue reading

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Thieves, An Oral Nightmare

The Thieves, An Oral Nightmare Why did you steal my teeth when I only wanted to hear the music? If my mind wandered did you have to do your trick make vanish what I’d lived with all my life? They … Continue reading

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Too Late

Too Late The crab you think the tide has churned up for your delectation has no body You crack its shell and sand pours out What’s hollow was heavy with promise when you found it and carried it home ignorant … Continue reading

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Attempted Dialogue With Cicadas

Attempted Dialogue With Cicadas Flinging this voice up is futile I’ll never find them singing in the tree tops They seem to be everywhere like stars but I am defeated And if there be only two or three each with … Continue reading

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Mockingbirds Linda J. Clarke from Ravings

Sit, be still, and listen, For you are drunk, And we are at the edge of the roof. Rumi Boring! An eleven year old friend of mine This spring, a beautiful striped gecko fell into the swimming pool. By the … Continue reading

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