Category Archives: Poetry

The Importance of the Sun

 The Importance of the Sun Darkness is only temporary, a break between the Sun setting and rising again While the Sun is awake, its burning light, ambient, falls around us. We play without fear, without uncertainty until The darkness begins … Continue reading

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Chess

“Chess” A game of chess is played by two My foe he sits across from me I ponder moving, patiently An inch of might – this nasty Bee. A staring contest now ensues I need an edge, but quietly I … Continue reading

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A Touch

“A Touch” A gesture benign, soft, in intent Both abnormal and normal, a vicarious sense Malicious at times yet bittersweet An intro to strangers as we meet. A mutual trust, a gesture so human a heartfelt contact all about reason … Continue reading

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Surface Scars

“Surface Scars” At work the most unlikely place Excuses for the scars and blood Would hardly seem so fit to make The tears, dam bursts begins the flood Emotions running higher still Trickles thicker than the mud “I cut it … Continue reading

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Paintbrush

“Paintbrush” A child cries alone at night Wondering if he’ll ever find his way The teacher laughs and tells him son you have too many stupid things to say His classmates’ scorn surrounds him as he carves their smiling faces … Continue reading

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Don’t Stop Believing

Standing there, looking at you 10 hours of work; a lifetime preparing You once wore the colors of innocence, The first time this happened Now as a motif, the symbol you wear proud. This song begins; I realize I’m staring … Continue reading

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Christian Smut

“Christian Smut” Journal Entry # 1206 Topic: Today’s Events and My Thoughts About Said Events Why do I journal? Simply to ease my busy mind of another agonizing thought. Do I care who reads this? No. This is just alleviation … Continue reading

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Grandpa’s Always Right

Grandpa’s Always Right Grandpa’s right about crossing the street; Grandpa‘s right ‘bout strangers that you meet. Grandpa knows how long to cook the meat; Grandpa knows which size best fits your feet. Grandpa, in his wisdom, finds solutions for ‘ny … Continue reading

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Epiphany

“Epiphany” A desolate mind, shrouded by clouds unseen but felt effervescently It seems as if no person exists within the bounds of that fateful soul. Pain unfelt but acknowledged as a mutual guest in his home at times Greeted with … Continue reading

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I Wish

“I Wish” The things that I wish I could I could say To those around me every day, Or those I see strolling casually – With their masks on – down the street Follows from my heart, all to genuinely … Continue reading

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