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Do you want to go to Oz?

Accept the change because you deny  Waiting for a different pattern to emerge;  It’s still there, in all of it’s recognizable glory And it speaks to me in tongues.    Why must you ask the same questions of yourself  Ad … Continue reading

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Louisiana Song

Abundant French verandas with their wrought iron swivel Locomotive trolleys full steam ahead People in motion talking their drivel  Ain’t no better place they’d wanna be instead   Trumpets blare from street corners Crooning for cash  Deep in their eyes revealing mourners  Poignant about … Continue reading

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Darker Side of Sunset

  The darker side of my shadow walks with me in the night.  The overcast of my shadow does not vanish in daylight.  The darker side does not subside when nightfall turns toward dawn.  It’s there with me invariably  A test … Continue reading

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Delusional Dreamer

Your perception is your reality.  No exception to finality. Within each individuality,  there lies a circumspect duality.    A canopy of fireflies light making way through dark  whose music rests on eager ears like melodies from harps Like the bird who … Continue reading

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Alluvion Laughter

their laughter drifts through swings; like air being carried beneath airplane wings … like flotation devices on a summer pool in July … like a stork baby carrier delivering its supply … like stratospheric storm cloud formulation whirls … like … Continue reading

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Acquiescent Senses

Waiting, for a feeling to subdue in the evening hue of pinks and blue. Patiently, holding on to a long gone longing at dawn, tired hands reach up into the air to stretch and they yawn. The day is gone. Perspicaciously observant, of … Continue reading

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