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Words Melt…

The routine broken The minutes now… unlimited The days ahead Await Like an artist’s canvas The hours melt Like summer butter As I linger with apprehension Waiting for the imagination To engage To whisper a story Buried Screaming to be … Continue reading

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Taking Notes….

I’m in the cafe, again taking notes Its Thursday, for some payday mid-afternoon the cafe is busy the man in the hand painted shirt marbles his words then spits them out like red hot coals each one fused then a … Continue reading

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Chinese Boxes

coffee! that delicate bitter taste an addictive aroma that lingers lightly in the nose however brief it levitates the mind releases perhaps create a grain of thought the oddest proposition that freedom is a contradiction a paradox true freedom carries … 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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