Monthly Archives: May 2013

No Questions

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The Gloaming

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Abandoned

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Should be.

“We don’t speak of them.”

Her eyes turn away.

“Bad news.”

Absence of sun;

Contained darkness

and secrets.

“One day they just weren’t there.”

“A blessing really.”

Where did they go?

Porcupine

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Rural History

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Our lady of the Garden

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Waterfall

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Mysterious and powerful.

Life giving.

You flow through

Me;

Around me.

I stand before you-

humbled.

Muse

It was in the silence

Of the night

She came to him.

As she entered:  

The scent of Frankincense;

Purification of space.

The sound of wind through the trees,

The buzzing honey bee heavy with pollen.

A lover’s sigh;

Ecstatic contentment.

As she exhaled apples would ripen.

With her smile wine would flow.

Without words she shared

Divine illumination.

His hand would dance

Across the page;

Passionate consummation

Of  words.

In the morning he would wake

Alone and spent.

Her scent lingering in the air.

Heralding his Metamorphosis.

 

The Windmill

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Family

He didn’t talk about his feelings;

He drank them away.

She raged against life.

Pulling down what remained;

Blaming it for living.

 

The culture of silence was born.

How do I pull back the curtain;

Shine a light on this?

And learn from their mistakes.

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“Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last, you create what you will” – George Bernard Shaw

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Light & Shadow

Once more you hover near me, forms and faces Seen long ago with troubled youthful gaze. And shall I this time hold you, limn the traces, Fugitive still, of those enchanted days? You closer press: then take your powers and places, Command me, rising from the murk and haze; Deep stirs my heart, awakened, touched to song, As from a spell that flashes from your throng. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, "Faust, Part I"

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Otherwise the night is too dark

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