Author Archives: chester maynes

About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.

Picking The Wet Paper-Boats

Encountering the rapid flash of waters, drowning our town from the overflow of the river, the fatal circumstance left many homes devastated. Children have to be absent in schools for several days. The ground became a surface of dirt and … Continue reading

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Dancing Under The Fireworks

Outside, where the people are gathered, on the streets, a drizzle from the skies, no moon, no stars, but from ground up there are fireworks of men and women, children are dancing with their hands and feet from side to … Continue reading

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indigo

i see your eyes flashing memories of your past.   2018

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never a savage

we keep sailing. farther from the old and ancient sins of our generation. we reach the soil of our true selves, the home is never a savage.   2018

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feast in the arid land

crashing eyes are in dense participation of the crowd’s favorite game of luck. they anticipate the coming of the one, the image that has been there from the beginning. they are lured by the antics of the worshipers, pushed forward … Continue reading

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equilibrium

not too far not too close we never bend we never lose the side of everything nothing is forgotten it is not a tragedy it is not a bad ending too soon i’ll be the better part of me too … Continue reading

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the constant motions of revelries

we fix the curly crusts of the milky way. the dust on your hair looks like the silver haze of my autumn morning. we wander far from all darkest evenings, and at a lone distance are our shadows prancing until … Continue reading

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