Monthly Archive: November, 2019

Of Language & sickness

Originally posted on MY VALIANT SOUL:
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Somewhere in time

Nydia Lozano Somewhere in time   The paradox of living, we get what we deserve. Once, the prettiest lady I have ever known, waited for a wayward man. I remember the fragrance of… Continue reading

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My ambrosia

My Ambrosia   Those eyes, your moving feet. You stole my heart and my soul. And I asked you. Baby, my love , my darling. What do you need? I would steal the… Continue reading

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“Mercy, mercy me”

Mercy, mercy me   We were Long Island ice teas and long talks, we were free-climbers of the free mountains and we loved dancing with the Pacific. You were the most beautiful woman,… Continue reading

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Field of perfection

In the field of perfection   I wished upon the first star of the new night, I wished for warm Spring days, good wine, long days and warm kisses. I want to drink… Continue reading

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Song of Seasons

Originally posted on House of Heart:
Hold me in  fleeting hours while we are beautiful and wild winged creatures drinking from the night  as honeysuckle is sustained by the  sun and rain. Stay …

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Spotted Eagle

Originally posted on T.L. Murphy, Poet at Large:
? ? flies out of the sun he doesn’t know his spots are night fires lit by gods ? or his wings wind galloping…

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Please sing me a lullaby, my sweet lady

Please sing me a lullaby, my sweet lady   My lovely lady lay in sweet slumber and I whispered into her ear. You are my morning blessing, my daytime kindness and my midnight… Continue reading

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A love story

Love story   You were going to be a dancer, a poet, going to save our world. I was content to be in the reflection of your eyes. I told you often dear… Continue reading

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A kind and sweet lullaby

Please sing to me, a kind and sweet lullaby.   In the night when I’m overtook by the weight of life. You touched my face and brought my head into the safety of… Continue reading

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