RSSArchive for July, 2016

Jul

31

Rare Moon

Rare Moon You see rare moon shine in changing shapes full, shades of amethyst and gray through tree’s leaves, show patchy branches carrying full weight of shadows moving in violent wind heave, lose rhythm snap and break. Show gap shaped light, late, weave awkward impression of itself upside down, revealing time’s nature of limits. You […]

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Jul

26

Dialogue on Suicide

Dialogue on Suicide Been wondering…man? this idea of suicide, man? is there even such a thing? We get ground down, scarred up, displaced completely lose our face even in our own mirror, broken in a thousand ways. Can’t even begin to find our place. Knew a man once, man, so depressed he changed his sex, […]

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Jul

20

A Crow’s Fly By

A Crow’s Fly By A baby black bird goes to black bird school called a murder, grows wise and large becomes a crow that knows fierce mysteries not discussed in seminars people hold. Smart indeed, smarter than they need to be to live and bold, communicate upon the wire, protect their own.. what else God […]

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Jul

17

If

If the holocaust did not steel the people Jews in Israel would not have the feel they have. Things have a way: more than seems to say to say If the holocaust were not what it was The resolve of Jews in Israel would not be what it is Things do have a way: more […]

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Jul

13

Hologram

Hologram She sees him in a hologram of dreams, a diorama in the deep sea of deep sleep, fractal slices of her life, each a slice of time, an incidence that doesn’t feel quite related to the previous one, but a picture emerges of her separate lives with each visit, each episode she revisits in […]

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Jul

12

The Long Count Down

The Long Count Down Even if you get a long count down, you knew before you started you can’t fight without getting hit, without getting hurt. From the first round you step into the ring, any ring, prepare to swallow the poison you would give your opponent. After a fight your liver aches, your heart […]

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Jul

6

The Big Tree

The Big Tree See the squirrels come down, six or seven chattering, nibbling happy in a circle on nuts and what not like bushy old ladies on the ground in a coffee klatch kibitzing, Now and again to get out of the sun they run back to their holes up high, lost in the leaves […]

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Jul

5

Suzanne Coleman

Suzanne Coleman She chose life, in every way, her life, could feel her baby kicking harder every day, knew one thing she loved above all, her belly continually fondling the bright ball of her baby, constantly cupping and rubbing to communicate with her and for support. Soon it would roll out with delight. Seven months […]

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