RSSArchive for August, 2016

Aug

27

no access to the poems

How can the poor, black white or Hispanic be satisfied with the state of the country as the democrats have left it, especially the inner cities where they have had control for decades.

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Aug

20

My Hatter

My Hatter   A Canotier   I’m tired of tight hats with bent visors.  Platypus poked on subway  stairs when sun in mine eyes is what I want, coming out of my hole blinded on the sidewalk, what I want to be.  Searching all this time for something festive like a canotier, the ones Renoir […]

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Aug

17

The Storm (revised)

The Storm Lightning in the distance through the clouds, we see stunning purple vertical strikes zag geometric across vast sky out over the water as we lie upon the sand and count the seconds off till we hear thunder’s far off rumble rumble. It is the storm we’ve been told we’re going to get some […]

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Aug

10

Fireflies

Fireflies Lifeless shooting stars sear evening sky with fire, dead rocks aflame, come down into our atmosphere to land in puddles with their name while fireflies are more immense by far. They light up night and are alive. Marvels of the night time sky, fireflies pinch the likes of Falstaff for his lies, spoken into […]

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Aug

7

Oatmeal

Oatmeal would you rather, the perfect bowl of oatmeal or turtle soup extraordinaire? while you spare the time you need to make up your mind we’ll fill the air in your kitchen with filet of sole, bacon, onions and dill for the chowder you’ll concoct. Let it simmer on the side for later, makes all […]

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Aug

3

My Way Home

My Way Home Perched atop a pole a little bird in dark lights my way home with song directed, helps me feel my way along the road. Those times, hungry and alone it sings canorous tunes I follow watching clouds full front full moon, moving shapes and sizes and issuances of light in deep shade […]

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