Category Archives: Poetry

Original Joy

I contained this joy for over half a century, Consenting to your silent breath in this Karmic rock tumbler. Your warm kiss removed that straight jacket and original ecstasy flows unfettered infecting the wind with laughter. Those who partly knew … Continue reading

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2012 02 04 Diary

Saturday, February 04, 2012   This poem is for us all.   The key is what you think you are. That with which you identify yourself.   That within you that says ‘I’.   The world in which we all … Continue reading

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Translucent Silence

Words, aching and knotted, twist around my throat Awestruck and still Perturbing calm, too translucent to stick, spreads like whispers I’m bound up and let go Blissed out and charged up Electric awareness plugs me in and pulls me out … Continue reading

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If me weren’t here

I have sensed the jealous glance of perhaps a million stars, Tortured in their unconscious heaven. For I have been kissed by the sun and moon on copious nights Without measure, Yet always, wanting more, I called for a kiss … Continue reading

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IT is elusive

This permanent peace thing. When I think I have it. I don’t. When I think I don’t have it. I don’t. When I think, I don’t. When I do, I don’t. When I don’t do, I don’t. When I don’t … Continue reading

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Fire & Ice

Your visit last night, Whispering sweet everythings Beyond frozen concepts. Ice cold reason shatters. Dawn draws nigh. Awakening. One photon short of water. Friend; Hear me. More light.

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Sunset, 1-26-10

The Friend plunged a dagger deep into my heart. No, not some little, dainty, lady-finger, imitation, wannabe dagger. We’re talking the real thing here. As large as a scimitar’s sword. Then He kept twisting and turning, plunging and withdrawing, slicing … Continue reading

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