Monthly Archive: January, 2019

Vertiginous

Originally posted on Reflections on Existence:
soothe my plumes in the evening mist for i am a flight risk as the sea speaks with a roll of tongue all or none promises ~…

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Martin Luther king Jr. day

We shall over come.   I’m a old man now. I remember my Grandfather took me to a big gathering in Detroit in 1963. So many people were around me. I was a… Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Jr.

The good men die young, the men of peace. Walked with us shortly. Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. day. Please remember him. Remember his dream, of a world where we can walk… Continue reading

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MY GRANDMOTHER’S

Originally posted on best poetry blog in the cosmos:
strangely, I never thought of my grandmother’s as the place where my mother was once a young girl once, aged two, I tried to…

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A little bit longer

be A little bit longer   Somewhere in time, we knew the taste of love. Please hold be closer, whisper a gentle goodbye. ——————————————————————————————– I loved you always, You were my Fall love,… Continue reading

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‘You can’t always get what you want’

You can’t always get what you want.   Johnnie and Susanna were singing the Rolling Stone song. ” You can’t always get what you want, but sometimes we get what we need. Me… Continue reading

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A story- She wanted Paris Chapter 1-3

She wanted Paris and I wanted her. (A adult tale)   Her eyes like dancing stars exploding into the night sky, her soft hand holding mine tightly. She whispered, “you promised me Paris… Continue reading

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No mas amor

No mas amor   My velvet and silk dream, we danced by the Florence Summer moon.   The star lit the sky and our feet moving to the sweet song.   I whispered… Continue reading

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Some verbal poetry.

I wish I could sing. I would. Dancing Coyote  

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Did we love? Did we bleed?

Did we love? Did we bleed?   Oh, la, la, la. Dear love, I sang to you, I sang to us. We were whiskey nights and whiskey kisses. I loved you more than… Continue reading

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