Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Last Sunset Of The Year

Many times my mind is fancy at you. At thousand times I have quietly entertained scripted daydreams and visual reverie of you and I in a fantasy that can never end. And here I am looking at the horizon, waiting … Continue reading

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The Empty Chair

Toiling stops for two weeks. But the cars are still on the road. But the earth still rotates. But the mouth still talks. Hours are hours and not minutes. But days and nights still go. But food and water are … Continue reading

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old trees

we are the old trees in the field of the ancient world. beauty rests on the soil of green leaves and the brown thorns are painful.   2016

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#Forgotten

Shelter is your warm embrace. You do not own myself but I do. Empty is the river I used to swim. You do not scare me but I am afraid. Rain are your tears, they are real. You do not … Continue reading

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Orange

Me, I am in the turn of the hours, and the hours are drifting too fast, leaving me here like a nobody but me, the only one who sees many things from the inside and the outside looks like it … Continue reading

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Into The Vast Blue

I jump into the vast blue. The underneath reveals a rare beauty that eyes have not seen before. Yet, I now behold what is new and there are other oddities that I can find somewhere while you live a life … Continue reading

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A Day Like This

A day like this is a potential time to pick all the scattered good pieces and throw away the old vibes that linger, that disturb. A day like this is contentment and rest, a time to keep the soul at … Continue reading

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