Tag Archives: Humanity

The Consist Reminder

Day to day The endless cycle Turns The consist reminder A persistence… A tenacity… Oh beautiful but frail Humanity Blake’s words of innocence And experience Of faith and dreams Beware… The four horsemen Of the apocalypse   Thatcher Doran Advertisements

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The Smell of Meldew

Familiar sounds echo in my head Repeat, repeat in my mind The fundamentals tugging on a piece of string Humanity Pulling in opposite directions Then, thoughts go walkabout in the city park Through the side gate they slip in The … Continue reading

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Chasing The God Of Opportunity

we are the trials and tribulations of the next generation we fill the cracks smooth out the dumps clear the path to the promise horizon yet, we soon forget our days torture our weeks into months bit by bit stack … Continue reading

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Awakened From Its Slumber

at night train stations exposed and naked empty alone, except for the company of the dark except for the silent cries of isolated islands of light pinned and needled numbed by the fingers of the night a pending awareness…. waiting … Continue reading

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The Book

a poetry book is a book of prayer without the instituition of religion without the immutable rules and regulations words are the clay expressing giving shape to delicate feelings empowering precious emotions words are brave defending the fundamentals the elements … Continue reading

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I Journeyed In

i took the train and journeyed in why? i’m not quite sure reading Baudelaire to pass the time or hand it back to Fate tongue in cheek he was right – Baudelaire humanity hasn’t changed just increased the risks and … Continue reading

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