Monthly Archives: October 2016

Sonnet

My Poetry is whatever I think I am, (Can I be light & weightless as a sail?) Heavy & clunking like black boots.) I Can Be Any- Thing I Can. I make a poetry with what I feel is useful … Continue reading

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& I have forgotten all the things you told me to love, to understand

When they say, “It is the King who is dead?” I wonder who will they mean. What we have created, is ourselves as heroes, as lovers, launching against tyranny. As Dialogues with the soul, with the self, Selves, living with … Continue reading

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Great Village

It must be Nova Scotia; only there does one see gabled wooden houses — painted that awful shade of brown. Heaven’s, I recognize the place, I know it. It’s behind — I can almost remember the farmer’s name. His barn … Continue reading

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The Bionic Woman

 

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Love Story

   

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Thou Shalt Know Him When He Comes

Thou shalt know him when he comes, not by any din of drums, nor his manners, nor his airs, nor by any thing he wears. Thou shalt know him when he comes, not by any din of drums, nor his … Continue reading

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Sonnet

    Here we, in our impatience of the steps, Get back to the beginning of beginnings — Some say existence like a Pirouette And Pirouette, forever in one place, Stand still and dance. It is time, Strength, light, life … Continue reading

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