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Truth is Shadow

Perhaps Truth is the hidden Presence Shadowing the journey of Man Immortal of Time But beyond the reach of Men By Paolo Michell Advertisements

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The Dubious Probable

Look at people! As they stare at life As variations on theme The possible and impossible And the dubious probable Nature and manufacture the manipulation in Between Immortal truth, silent But the falsehood, loud Broadcast Shattering ears Reality is not … Continue reading

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Woven Like a Fabric

approaching winter awakens my focus on yesteryear perhaps the notion of life, society and the eternal circle though modernity is still an infant struggling to be ever new confident, even arrogant each day must be different manipulated where necessary yet … Continue reading

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A Promising Imprint

words gather on a page in form or flow like birds in flight a space, a mood an indication of emotion expressing joy certainly pain blotting paper of the soul a fading residue a promising imprint who knows? time will … Continue reading

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Why Poetry?

the problem with poetry IS it needs feeding slices of life how to extract it without bleeding apprehension beads of sweat banded occasionally questioning why do you do this? is it madness no it’s the feeling an emotion screaming “let … Continue reading

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