Monthly Archives: September 2014

Autumn

Summer fades its burn leaving room for rain dancing & the calling forth of winter but autumn will have its day short long night gold leaves falling on a transitioning a going to be reordered so autumn resembles an evening … Continue reading

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Prayers for Peace

trust in righteous love but tie your camel I pray for peace as I sharpen swords my prayers have only known times of war I pray for peace as I protect my weapons my love for peace no ladder for … Continue reading

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The Death of Innocence

the innocence that wrote love poems and captured beauty like life could be kept fire-flied in a bottle fled slowly/ leaving pragmatism on the dresser in a shade of clouded jade there is little to say of love or beauty … Continue reading

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Where are my weapons

sitting in the middle of disarranged diminishing potential having passed torches hard to see so it seems light is fading life burns as fast as clips empty in drive bys I wait on the future to deliver what I failed … Continue reading

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