Monthly Archives: February 2012

tHe LaSt MoOn

  lonely planet, lonely soul tonight is a loveless sundown dark, plundering the burgundy skies   i dream of the last moon taming the wicked soil and soon all my energy drain in my muscles   morning is a grief … Continue reading

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celtic ducks

  Cross over—   to opposite self plastic, fake, false   Leaving this—   Truth of me unnatural, artificial   End of us—   Hurting me that’s the truth     2011  

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tHe hUrT

all I do is to forget i’ve no more energy left   31 million seconds to silence 365 days of absence   this soliloquy— an anthem to self   the hurt is no one but me and my inflicting tragedy … Continue reading

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Beautiful Boy (a birthday poem)

The brown skin pervades all. Scattered on your surface, your flesh wrapped you as you exude a pretty aspect. Your incarnation is undistorted avatar.   From my solid eyes I see bizarre array of summation, your soul. Oh Hermaphroditus! Collective … Continue reading

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Thoughts Of A Love’s Rapid Refrain

  Oh, the bridge stretches above the sea! So long, so high, where the wind sweeps my mind. Maroon skies cast their little stars. What a night to behold with my lover’s hands! I whistle a love’s refrain, pure and … Continue reading

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farewell to a lover but not to Love

  Farewell to a lover but not to Love It’s a bittersweet reality of us This heart is like a boat still sailing You’ll be a part of my anchorage   Never mind the past that hurts We have buried … Continue reading

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Indigo & Mauve

The shaft of light and your silhouette. They craft a pretty tapestry. Love in a limbo. We kissed the flame of embers. Your debonair shadow secretly clinching my physiology. Like a specter of Aphrodite, you made me a fire on … Continue reading

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