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Baggage

there are things i know things that came with me things older than me older than my mother and her mother things from the wind things from the ocean things sung by the dirt i remember the roll on the … Continue reading

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99 Swang / That New Millenium Dime

99 sheep woke up/came in from the toxic fields/in search of a song/full of tic bites/wolves against no walls/on a come up/calling bluffs/tea parties full of donkeys&elephants 99 sheep/infiltrated/media affiliated/99 sheep awake/from a long slow dance/a tango w/existence insistent on voicing the relevant/trying … Continue reading

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A Song for Dirt & Water from “That New Millennium Dime”

this is a song for dirt & water star dust & tears a dark cosmic prayer for redeemption help us forget what we never needed to know someone beat the drum slowly/find the road we are ready to go must … Continue reading

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Dirt – From That New Millennium Dime

the people /slowly returning/to the land/ slowly/ slow food /looking for sustenance in the sustainable green ways/leaning on unknowing/relearning/undoing re/remembering what we never should have forgotten/ from dust to dust/how we forget that/2/3’s water/how we forget that/god alchemy/mimic nature/ gods … Continue reading

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The Wheel: That New Millennium Dime, Installment 15

the circle/perfect expression/one/isness/reality check/one/circle/perfect/round as a state of being/full/circle/wheel/forward/faster circles/bigger/ motion/in motion/expression of overstanding/we stood/walked/talked/& discovered the perfection of the circle/together in the dark/the wheel an expression of overstanding/one tribe/in a circle/wolves outside/inside the circle/food/fire/song/overstanding/overstanding the divinity of oneness/in overstanding we wanted more/bigger circles/bigger … Continue reading

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The New Millennium Dime: Them People, Installment 14

/They dont really care about us/ who /them people/ who /them people that did it/them people that didnt do nothing/them people who made it happen/let it happen/them/those people/not us people/other people/them people/who ruined it/wasted it/broke it/peed on it/them/those folks/not us/them/the … Continue reading

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That New Millennium Dime: The People, pt 3 installment#13

Part Three the people/we the people/my people asleep @ the wheel/ in the trunk of the car/ wolves driving the car/ /car full of sheep/ asleep/ my people/ sleeping on the bottom/bottom of  the boat/sleeping on the ocean floor/my people … Continue reading

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