Daily Archive: September 30, 2020

humans without borders.

Originally posted on I didn't have my glasses on….:
yes, this.  — “humans without borders, that’s what the world needs – beings of conscience and courage, with no rigidity of religion, gender,…

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When the war is over

When the war is over ————————————————————————————————————– I haven’t been right, maybe I won’t be right again, I left war and war found me. Friends faces are hanging with me, a heavy sadness. My… Continue reading

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Postcard #18: Singing the Blues in New Orleans

Originally posted on Postcards From Myself:
I stop the car at the edge of a small town. From the corner, I can hear the trumpet blare, the owner taking deliberately slow breaths to…

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Black as the night..

 Black as the night. I watched her dance alone to the holy Jazz songs. Simmering words make her body move slow and easy to the songs. I know to keep my distance. She… Continue reading

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Waves

Originally posted on The Broken Quill:
We are like waves That crash upon the shore Only to be taken in By the sand’s embrace Absorbed into its gentle grace Some of us Are…

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Untitled 02

Originally posted on The Broken Quill:
Bring to me Unbridled truths Hidden behind The confession booths Of your tormented soul Bring to me Your naked yearning Your lust, burning With a fever  And…

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Pretty face, don’t mean pretty heart…

Pretty face, don’t mean pretty heart. She was so damn pretty and she moved through life like a panther in the free forest on the hunt. Her eyes were black as coal and… Continue reading

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Hey brother, hey sister…

Hey brother, hey sister I remember young men and women. Living, loving, drinking and dancing. Living life fearlessly without regret. Hey brothers, hey sisters. I remember you. We were hopeful, foolish and were… Continue reading

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