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Maydays

Pinch, punch, taking a walk. Trash in the creek, an old foot-massager, and trees that release cotton snow you run away from. A young man sits on a stump near the bike trail with some luggage, beneath a tree to … 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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Paintings like prairie fires

Whose hands are these? that cover over other points of light standing on white canvasses. Who makes them green? Who holds the brushes? What colors doe she use? She fills the white spaces on the floor like water fills a … Continue reading

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Wells

I love normal days absent of any significance; mediocre meals in restaurants, small amounts of sunshine, what little shade there is, muggy, the air a bit smoky outside, the food, cold. Children inside, dogs inside, no shadow, no sound, streets … Continue reading

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