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Poetry with a Cappuccino

The waitress arrives Places a cappuccino On the table Then smiles A poetry book sits Waiting for the first sip Two sets of lips Eager to engage To taste, to feel A stolen moment In an otherwise Ordinary morning Thatcher … Continue reading

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The Ordinary…

from the cafe chair I stare looking at the comings and goings of the ordinary people who want to be somebody… to be famous or rich to be googled and envied the ordinary… who do extraordinary things who want to … 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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