Daily Archive: October 31, 2020

segmented sea

Wonderful poetry shared by a talented writer. No Talent For Certainty we drank this ocean, feeling every drop that rinsed our bodies clean of all the past debris; the wounds, the salt, the… Continue reading

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Once upon a time.

Once upon a time I found you at the mall walking and  I kept an distance from you. I was just looking at a sweet dream lost. I wondered did you remember me?… Continue reading

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We still haven’t understood anything

Originally posted on News from Ibonoco:
Bakermat – One Day (Vandaag) “Nous devons apprendre à vivre ensemble comme des frères, sinon nous allons mourir tous ensemble comme des idiots,“ Martin Luther King Jr.…

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Dark interludes- A story

 Dark Interludes Facts or fiction. Love will bewitch us.  A old friend of many years send me a letter with kind words of love at a desperate time in my life.  I was… Continue reading

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Never talk to strangers.. Happy Halloween

  Never talk to a stranger The last tavern on the Austin, Texas street “fifth street”.  It was Halloween eve. Low music and people seeking conversation. Pretty lady sat with me and she… Continue reading

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Open the door dear lover

Open the door my dear lover… I told the bartender at the Downtown Austin tavern, I was born sick. My mind twisted and wrong. I was born poor and now I have enough.… Continue reading

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Poems on my heart

Originally posted on Katy Claire Creative:
Five poems My Dearest Crippling Expectations, If I do more will that be moreof what you like? If I contour my armoruntil it’s contorted just right? If…

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Nature, the gentlest mother

Originally posted on Katy Claire Creative:
“Nature, the gentlest mother” is the first of Aaron Copeland’s song set for soprano voice, Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson, orchestrated in 1958. This song holds a…

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