Monthly Archives: March 2013

Bavarian Eyrie

A birthday gift of allegiance, held So long a secret by a nations’s Engineers. A cradle for intellectual indulgences, Built on limits broken daily By natures acquiescence And by icy determination of the faithful. Acrophobia overcome, your territory Perceived infinite. … Continue reading

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I’ve got him now

I’m glad he’s old, weak and Not like he was when he young. With those nasty brawny arms And long striding legs. I’m glad he’s up there in his bed and I’m glad I’ve got the whip hand now. There … Continue reading

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Love Poem

Don’t ask why, don’t question it, Don’t calculate with reason: How I love you? Why I love you? What I love you for? And for how long? Don’t ask why, don’t question it: Are you a sister to me? A … Continue reading

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Just Nature

Dappled water- small river- Between banked- bulrushes tall- Calls the blush red- of May sun to arise- Misted over fields- Nature- in her timeless whisper- Gentle- to winds unplanned- Ripple, sway all grasses- in dance- Meadow- winged songstral’s- Sweet trill- … Continue reading

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Memories Are Made Of This

Dead skin dances in the sunshine. Immobile, thinking of winter, the paraplegic Remembers cold wet snow. Pressing Snow into balls. Throwing. Ducking. Diving. Building snowmen. Cold hands, chilblains “Great days,” he thought. Sweat drips “Nurse!” he thought. “My neck is … Continue reading

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