Category Archives: Poetry

old, warm summer

dandelions are better than gossips. where is my old, warm summer? the streams are drying, no more rain. i linger in my heavenly dreams, laughing and free.   2019

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Golden

Yesterday has a picture of us. Tolerance is green as a grass. Dreadful, we avoided their lust. Falling at the feet of a perfect vast.   2019

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Underground

Blood abused. Noise subdued. The alligators are free. Villains can flee. There’s a tragedy impending. Maze and labyrinth are perplexing. Your journey is confusing. The night is tormenting.   2019

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the shift

i tied the devil to a tree. summoned the starfish from the sea. the shift‘s a sweet success. i laid myself at mortal’s rest.   2019

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A Splinter Of Metaphor

The door is half-opened. Light from the ceiling Wanders on the floor. I can see a shadow moving Slowly like a crawling giant Entity, incognito and unidentified. I’m perplexed at the Unknown force, traversing in my thoughts. Astonished at the … Continue reading

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And Breaking

There’s a picture of sadness. Desiring not to be haunted by eyes. Wishing to be buried deeper in the ground. You wake up one morning, feeling different. Like a yesterday has been erased from A memory sharper than a double-edged … Continue reading

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But Blah Blah Blah

These same feet that walked the streets of Hanoi. These same hands that wrote Sparrow Lines. The bard you don’t mistrust. But blah blah blah.   2019

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