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poetry revisited

Predictions II

Predictions Blue
fears and loves. Four ice-crystals stick to my tongue,
suddenly I can see the future. Longingly forlorn and apathetic
predictions weigh like spider silk
on moth’s wings--cover the planet spool upon spool. It was the beginning, a new age, a light age... Continue Reading →

Revisit Warmth

Settle sun, you warm me when I fall behind in gratitude and need to see you to remember. The cold floor comes to claim tears before they stain it with salt. Settle sun, I ask on the days, the voice... Continue Reading →

Shadows, Long and Gray

Sundogs on the mountain remind me of you and your shadow left behind words I try to share, chase after on my bicycle, speeding down the road to a party to say goodbye. It wasn't goodbye, not that time. I... Continue Reading →

Animal

Wait, what's more for poetry? I called forth a haunt It was June and air stuck to my legs in ways-- liberating, vexing. Escape wasn't the answer, the beige walls stretched for miles. There are pathways in here that were... Continue Reading →

The Hazel Bush

Friday The changing of clothes To prepare for anything The world can throw at you. Remembering the way she fell Out if her dress and into the stars Just like that she grabbed onto Orion's Belt and rode that pan-dimensional... Continue Reading →

October sixteenth

Would it ever hurt to leavethose moments of staring into the mountains?The light tower on Mount Elden— I cry for it, not knowing what will becomeof the heart lost within boulders, greyagainst  the sky and the far off sea. Seven points make... Continue Reading →

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