Monthly Archives: July 2018

Of All The Senses

We silence what we don’t want to hear… We feel We see We smell We speak The pain comes… We hurt We lack understanding We choke We ramble Life has no rhyme lest we listen and hear Perhaps It’s the … Continue reading

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The Puzzle Is Me

A jumble of letters splintered design Like random notes In a musician’s mind Words on a page Squandered in rhyme Fit the concrete into sublime Give me some sequence Let your secrets release The puzzle won’t be done Till I … Continue reading

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The Family Kitchen

It wasn’t ornate, just an ordinary kitchen with no more than the necessary appliances that circled the perimeter of the room. I remember the old red stool, now it would cost more than I can afford. There was a cut-out … Continue reading

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Dirty Shoes

If you step in dirt When in a garden Take off your shoes Outside the door The trail you forge Will grow no flowers And future weeds resemble scorn   dVersepoetspub.com Thursday’s continuation of sevens, we write a septet, a … Continue reading

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Seven This, Seven That, One Cross

Seven sins, oh so much more I could write across the sky And never name them all For thought and action Often intertwine One can be as deadly as another And virtue calls my bluff   Fake news my friend … Continue reading

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Frenzy

One itch leads to another Soon you’re chasing it A current down a stream Ever moving Taking in the flow All that has no weight to hold Mud nor dam can stop Keeping you from facing it Water’s melody harmonizing … Continue reading

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