Monthly Archives: May 2012


  mystery in your eyes   fiery as candle flames   burning my state of solitary   incarcerated in your superficial bounds   your puzzling persona   pondering me interrogations   the origin of you is bedazzled   i cannot … Continue reading

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and Love traffics

  flowing—as kisses blowon this cheek we photographourselves behindthe blue facadeof internet shopsand dressed thestreets with Chinalanterns and makethe pedestriancomplain aboutthe voyage notpermitted byour misbehavior we’re notthese very rudewhile all thepassers-bylook at uswith disgust it’s not ourfault butwe can’t stopthis … Continue reading

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Life Of Little Odds And Bigger Mounds

  Fairy tales are born on books Prince and princesses aren’t fading Every reader sits down on nooks Pages are turning and turning and turning   One light invites other lights Groping the shades of the earth Heartbreaks are pain … Continue reading

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The Unfrequented Lair

  The moor is wet from the summer rain I can’t walk on its steep, mud-spattered ground Wild trees and their leaves soaked in vain Those squirrels cannot jump round and round   I see a rainbow at the end … Continue reading

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Overnight Overture

  Whisky whispers tickle my ears Intoxicating me completely The danger is inevitable Antithesis to self is separation   I am beguiled at your song Where a hymn begins The lyrics are real You can sing better verses   You … Continue reading

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    we decided to love the dusk locks our neon phantoms we skipped delicious meals colored nightmare fills our naps we’re heading east in christmas winter captures our warm tragedies the pinnacle of our tales are truths of huge … Continue reading

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a stick of cheese

  i must know a stick of cheese it is my lactose intolerance a bite is not so sweet i’m so untrue a household taste or a baker’s mouth one can trade even a bottle of wine not to her, … Continue reading

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