Monthly Archives: March 2013

Easter Not

Spring rain is here again just as the moon doth wax and wane I hear the santour and the daf and for a moment give in to the dance of the universe, turning is the earth as does the water … Continue reading

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Tombolo

old memories stir in me like dead leaves in the breeze; I shall not forget them soon; we call them the great generation for they fought on the side of right before we their children forgot the difference I see … Continue reading

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Angels

we were born as angels bound for heaven when the rainbow bridge collapsed and we fell into this manmade hell called earth which without us would be so much more beautiful everything we do is no improvement upon what already … Continue reading

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Darkness

With the creeping fingers of rosy morning light reaching over the mountains dispelling the night I awoke to find that I was falling in some never ending chasm, an abyss without bottom where time has no meaning and from which … Continue reading

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Snails

If we were all snails besides having telescoping eyes we would be hermaphrodites without any need to explain gender or sexual orientation wouldn’t that be grand? Like Greco- Roman times when everyone was bi and that was the norm of … Continue reading

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Where?

Slowly I am turning round and round like a Dervish at the beginning of his whirling; my head is far away from here in a land of neither the living nor the dead; like a baby bird too young to … Continue reading

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Desert Heart

my moods swing with the seasons, sometimes I am in a fog in the morning, stormy during the day and silent on a moonless night waiting like a snake to strike other times on windless summer days baking in the … Continue reading

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Ode to the Illiad

Ode to the Illiad ten years we have laid seige to Troy, perhaps in this time Helen’s fair beauty has faded like a rose what was never clear to me was what she felt for Paris, as she was just … Continue reading

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Ode to the Odessy

As the red sun settles into the bed of night its lover moon catching only a glimpse of him forever unrequited are they the night birds start to stir and bats hungrily greet the dusk; I sit alone talking to … Continue reading

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