Monthly Archives: March 2016

Kissing Eternity Goodbye

The calm morning sun everyone wearing what suits them best To dream of paradise is to awaken to the present moment How does one swim in the waters of thought? An apple plucked right from the tree

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Sliced Kiwi

Time never begins again, only continues The body anticipates numerous things To think, there are other planets An endless cloth pulled from a magician’s hand

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Eating Breakfast

The closest thing to heaven is knowledge of self A peach wrapped in a paper towel Whatever it means to be naked Standing on the edge of a great expanse

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Tying Your Shoes In the Dark

Too small to imagine as something meaningful An ice pop removed from the freezer and opened Strange how we rely on each other’s happiness Glow in the dark stars glued on the ceiling Siting on a curb, waiting

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Closing Your Eyes in the Shower

Anything worth worrying about can also be shipped overseas It can be useful to send messages to your older self, saying “thank you,” alternatively “thanks a lot” On this voyage I do like to be sure there is a life … Continue reading

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Parting the Brush with Bare Hands

The finality in life is impressive, also elusive It can be hard to grip an apple while you are peeling it Swimming gently among the waves we often meet ourselves A clock is a curious thing the way it continues … Continue reading

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Teaching Yourself to Play Volleyball

One hand is waiting the other hangs on to a cosmic chamber The asphalt is too hot to step across with only bare feet Memory stands like a lamp-post, beckoning from a distance What has been held in the hand … Continue reading

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