Cat Over Clock

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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 →


I have seen so many lamps and broken two as of late Bulbs and shades. Is my light going out? And when I try your unaged whiskey I am seeking the bitters And the sour cherry that says This is... Continue Reading →

Porch Light

The light on the porch Stays on with no switch Turns off with no switch A metaphor for my mind Runway with tires In a practical meadow The light on the porch Has been lit with a match The flame... Continue Reading →

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