Tag Archives: change

All Odds of Survival

  For how long have we been doing this trapeze and unicycle dance blindfolded this death-defying tongue-twister with no net since poems were first uttered and fine pottery fired the eye. Sensed like magnetism in the mountain crossing all contours … Continue reading

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What Flies

The husband and the wife each had an idea about where to celebrate their anniversary up into the mountains or to the big city they compromised and had fish for dinner. The youth got out of the university and wrote … Continue reading

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Not Today

Stars surrender at the end of day the sun the master of corners is tripped up at the threshhold by what we dropped in our rush to be told to stop and rest. Surrender, master, or flee your rocky lair … Continue reading

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Plays Out

When snow falls the nous slows down thoughts are covered up and their shapes are reduced to bumps and humps hiding meaning like children playing in the drapes. Beans may be brown and black and white yellow can be sweet … Continue reading

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Change Out of Somewhere

Like a herd of Holsteins united by nature and by deep need they low and wander not far from the farmer’s clean house and familiar barn now that he is sadly passed away. Change of opinion from scrubby lavender to … Continue reading

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Secret Man

The man with something to say forgot no turn would be given to give his varying testimony. He was put in a frame and hung silent about his unfolded history stuck in the spring. When sick a man is sandstone … Continue reading

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Untaught Steps

Just when you thought it was random incidently, grass-wise the trunk stood in the right place sending the wind like a surprise into the face of the depressed observer. Roads built centuries ago according to forgotten geographies carry instantiations of … Continue reading

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