Monthly Archives: June 2016

Sprung from the Ground

Peeling an orange is similar to waking up in the morning Each body contains its own atmosphere Each one drinks from the well of forgiveness Put on a crown of lights There will be a parachute waiting for each of … Continue reading

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Considering the Integrity of the Whole

All that waiting eventually sinks in as you’d think a rose would bloom if given enough time At least we don’t run around clubbing each other, well more or less Close your eyes and imagine some celestial zone It’s okay, … Continue reading

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One World to Go On

There are so many lost tickets not all of them can be found A strange seashell catches the eye, is plucked from the sand Think of how we could change the laws how desire could be modified while still┬áremaining endless … Continue reading

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A Pinprick on the Finger to Draw Blood

There is music routinely uncovered from within the body In a field full of cattle, the ground becomes packed tight from the pressure of the hooves You can only stare at an airplane if it isn’t right near the sun … Continue reading

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Wait and the Door Will Open

Hard to believe the earth is this way and people Think how blood moves through my body and keeps me living Open the curtains and let the breeze blow in How could we be expected to casually exist Everything so … Continue reading

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A Camera in the Desert

While sewing through the curtain a prick caused a finger to bleed A vulture lands on a paved road and folds his wings Pressing a palm upon the glass one can feel the cool air behind A piece of paper … Continue reading

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Sand

Playing in the sand this is no different Grab a handful, let it slip through your fingers Draw words on its surface, or toss it into the wind Lay down in the sun, then rise up Tiny pebbles stuck all … Continue reading

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