Category: poetry

That Place

That place. I need to go there. To see what it’s like, what secrets it holds in the mist, what whispers I can’t hear through all of this noise… That place. Where is it? My soles know the way. Tingling with remembrance long before bare feet touch the path, soul open, mind erased… That place.

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If only…

If only love rushed in as fast     as the breaking news.  If only love rained down as      much as judgement.  If only love swept us away     faster than the hurricane.  If only love was taught     in every school.  If only love was seen by all    more plentiful than stars

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Amiss Yet Breathing

Possibility brewing Work abuzz Packed day of inspiration Relaxed at home Taste of wine on my lips Witnessing the setting sun The only light for ages Being my prayers to the moon Yet here it is Now I hear it Now I see Where have I been My eyes heavy clouded Today seeing again The

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The Language of Butterflies 

Momentarily lost in space & time as I watched what I assumed to be two butterflies warming their wings in an early morning patch of sun… until I noticed it was more than that.  They were carrying on a conversation with wing flaps, flutters and vibrations. Back & forth they silently chatted for about 15

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