Monthly Archives: April 2020

Time and Eternity

Today’s my mommy’s birthday Seems like a lifetime since we met As wind rapped on my window I wish I could say that I have no regrets I spoke to her this morning I don’t know if she heard In … Continue reading

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Blindfolded

I wear the mask so you can live I want you six feet ahead, not six feet under I sacrifice myself and give I seek no reward, nor forbidden plunder Life should live without being cut asunder Oh foolish mortals … Continue reading

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An Unruly Crown

Who has not felt trauma? Left alone it burrows deep within the soil of our being, each passing moment builds a layer and we forget. It was long ago, we say. It means nothing any more. It cannot hurt us … Continue reading

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Temporal Immunity

Hauntingly silent streets I envision Rod Sterling Describing me by name All I see are the signs “CLOSED” Then one… “OPEN” I drive through the car wash Surprised, I watch how much grime Has been carrying me But I can’t … Continue reading

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Tomorrow

I know dreams Are like sand castles In your eyes Is the tide That washes them away One morning We will wake Tickled pink A sunburst Not rain And all will be well again   Paint Chip Poetry with Linda … Continue reading

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Invisible Things

An inside itch you chase but never catch Torments till it runs its charted course Walking with the wind against my back I turn, see emptiness but feel its force A virus, like a fire, spreads more than flames of … Continue reading

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Red

A color so versatile It can make me cry and sometimes smile My cheeks flush red with ire At red districts and lust’s fire But roses atop a virgin’s crown A sight hoped for but rarely found Bring regret in … Continue reading

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