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The Future

This week between Christmas and New Year always strikes me as a bit weird. We’ve scarcely finished with one deeply rooted celebration and we’re into another on an entirely different level. The two are linked but I’m not sure how … Continue reading

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City Centre

A glimpse of a teen down-town, and I wonder what he’s doing, who he is, what his fears, his story … CITY CENTRE a boy walks through pooled street lights                          unseen by passing cop luck lurks under his nails ready … Continue reading

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The Unicorn

Hallowe’en coming up, when ghosts, goblins and other strange visions abound. Weird encounters occur at this time of year and leave one pondering … A THE UNICORN driving down the highway last night headlights blared towards me their sudden shut-out                        … Continue reading

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Stars are Forever

On a clear night, beyond city limits, stars shine as beacons of hope. They take us to the furthest dream; we catch them in our eyes, linger to sing with them … A STARS ARE FOREVER          ‘forever’ is the … Continue reading

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The Stirring Night

I’m using a form of poetry that takes off from lines from another poet’s work: a glosa. Hallow e’en. I’m hearing voices in the wind, fingers that brush the door … It’s the time when ghosts walk the night in crumbling … Continue reading

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Moon Haiku

We’ve just passed the Summer Solstice and are, slowly, moving towards Fall. It’s the time when we relish the heat, check night skies, and watch the changes of sun and moon; stars are brilliant, and the moon … A A … Continue reading

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Wind in Branches

March roars round corners, turns umbrellas inside-out, tosses hats over house-tops … has fun … March is when there are Cherry Blossom Festivals in Japan, Tango Festivals in Argentina, and we go green for St. Patrick’s Day. It’s the season … Continue reading

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