Monthly Archive: March, 2018

Midnight invitation’

Midnight invitation The night was long and the song was very good. Downtown Austin was alive and well. 5,000 people gathered together to celebrate the New Year. I roamed alone seeking the good… Continue reading

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‘We are born to die and we are born to live’

We are born to die and we are born to live Dear father drank his one pint of rum with some coke nightly and he sat alone with his thoughts. I learn later.… Continue reading

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‘Somethings shouldn’t beheld or touched’

Somethings shouldn’t beheld or touched You have taunted my dreams and made me wish for sordid and frenzy nights, captured in your embrace. I want to fall into the inferno of your warm… Continue reading

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I dreamed of you

I dreamed of you I remember Paris. You were in your perfect place and free. Your mind running wild in the beauty of the old city of Paris. The kind, City of lights.… Continue reading

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WHEN PEACE TOOK FLIGHT

Originally posted on Giddy Reads:
In loving memory of S. Mshelia I grieve for a lost soul dearest to me. Some say its fate, but I am convinced it was perfect timing. I…

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‘No mercy dear Lizzie

No mercy dear Lizzie You found me alone by the St Clair lake and you wore a silky gray dress. I saw you from a distance and I watched you walked quickly toward… Continue reading

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Ride

Ride Locked doors, fixed schedules and somber life. Once wild beast can die and forget. Life is open doors, free days and vibrant life. My beautiful damsel. I hear your words. Life is… Continue reading

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Sway

Sway The Poet’s wish. Never sweet and never easy. A dancing beauty moved with the song. Her hips moving slowly with the tempting words. The dancing damsel, she knows she was the Hemingway’s… Continue reading

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‘Concrete angel’

Concrete angel   It was a Spring morning in Austin, Texas in 1995. Yearly poetry weekend was here. My favorite time of the year. My only attempt at verbal poetry for me when… Continue reading

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‘The moonlight and you

The moonlight and you   I found her again on a rainy Fall October night and I fell to my knees and I told her. When I lost you. I learn I could… Continue reading

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