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Circus of Instinct

  Instinct in the drivers’s seat does not like to turn ninety miles to life per hour will not slow down to sightsee or explore. instinct like a wide river not deep but rapid carries without protocol all tradition over … Continue reading

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Home Town

[verse] White noise ain’t white no more it’s more gray sometimes brown it’s sprawled out south and west in a city mess that rattles and roars and won’t leave me alone. I once knew a sweet attorney had a big … Continue reading

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As a Man

As a man I am managing distribution of reasons goodness of water even flow of ideas checked and enriched by the right questions so we can be ready tomorrow. As a man I look out across the valley geographically webbed … Continue reading

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Hard In the Back Yard

  The vinca like my curiosity purple-flowered for a while must be curbed and constrained pulled out before it takes over. Two fingers up means street’s anger is rebuked reduced by home-bodied age-crossed beauty. Two hands across the face ten … Continue reading

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Voices In the Blue

  The bullfrog in his hometown was singing his hometown song it was low and bold it rang out strong it cooled the heat and warmed the cold. Soon the bullfrog heard another voice he had not heard before it … Continue reading

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Aquifers

Between the subject and verb I lost a self-deluded offshoot between the manicured lawn and curb I misplaced another dear tall sapling who thought he was disrespected. Between the cooing of doves and the aggressive cheeping of chickadees I was … Continue reading

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Which Child Will Live It Out?

Sung over and under the chorus wonders, Who hears my trope? Which child will live it out? My oldest is a cluster of cousined pillars assembling a single voiced community from red intertwined roots. I had a boy on my … Continue reading

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