Category Archives: Poetry

Resurrection

The first Sunday after the first full moon after the first equinox of the year, rise early and lean outside in the spiced air, listen to the bells ringing. Morning bells, bells of the far churches chuckling their delight for … Continue reading

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Jenny’s Wind

Jenny would love this gusty wind were she with me here to see it playing in these tall oak and birch she knows so well. Yes, Jenny would love this gutty wind which sneaks beneath the leaves, rustling them until … Continue reading

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Lake

the cardinal-flower i saw this morning while walking beside a lake i’d seen for only an hour pressed without warning deep inside and made me dream of her lips’ sweet power © 1990, 2008, 2016 

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Love Story

Carl & I spent many Mays roaming hills on sunny days fighting pirates, routing thieves building castles, climbing trees right though to the breezy fall when leaves became our rampart wall. Mid-summer of our sixteenth year all changed, another sex … Continue reading

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Summer Love

Now winter’s come I like to hum and sometimes sing a tune To bring to me memories of times we had last June When I gave you some summer love beneath the night’s white moon Recall we were beside the … Continue reading

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4 Poems on Nudity

Dirty Eyes Public nudity is illegal in the national forest for the forest has no eyes but dirty men do and dirty men run the world, run it dirtily and when dirty men get naked it is only to put … Continue reading

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