Tag Archives: rebirth

A funeral at sea

I’m in the habit of killing things, smashing small insects, tugging at the stems of tulips and tying flowers into my beloved’s dark hair. If you cut off my head I too will be a picked daisy and Kali will … Continue reading

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The first and only time I thought of You

[another older poem, from about a year-and-a-half ago] I dreamt of a time when the mottled pieces of our puzzled planet stood in fault lines when in fact they were nobles of perfect lineage and with each movement made ruins … Continue reading

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Our city lives are still

Ours is not quite a Brave New World; though we’ve learned to exist upside-down, and still the blood in our veins, ultimately we desire grass and ground to step upon, and though we value the perks of our city lives … Continue reading

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