Monthly Archives: September 2014

OPENING A SOUL


OPENING A SOULWith a gnarled, shaking and wrinkled handthe old man swiped drool from corners of his mouthon to faded, thread bare khaki pantsraising the mouth harp to his now dry lipsbegins to gently blow into the piecedeep bluesy notes echo through alleysa … Continue reading

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ALONE


  That teeny tiny cog in the opened back of a pocket watchA small life boat adrift from the side of a huge ocean linerAn ameoba in the vast oceans of the world….. …..I feel insignificant…without value…unpurposed…alone

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A NEW DAY


Hearing first the thrumming on the roofHe knew it would rain most of the daythin strings of water made perchance by Spirits as they lowered the bucket to wash earth clean of  its multiple sinsDawn blushes rising as awakened by SunDay break whispers in gentle … Continue reading

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