Leave Something Behind

Erased by an impetuous sea, Jealous, I think, of my temerity In leaving behind An imprint of me Stone fabric, cold, incurvated; A chase, the sun, a hand, Symbols, signs, epitaphs That cry: I Was Here, Remember Me The wind, the stars, the sea, Inked on the space that surrounds me; Permanence that comes with […]

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Windswept Serotonin, from Emergency Wine

Delightful! The only word to describe this essay from Emergency Wine. I know the feeling of being intimate with the top of my feet. I also know how liberating and free it is to look up and notice the beautiful world around me. Life beats us down occasionally and sets the weight of the world […]

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On Poetry; Earth Eyes, by G. de Suys

Such a lovely work I will read again and again. Enjoy! There will come a time when flowers bloom in the corner of minds and earth springs from fingertips as new life forms and the old withers away what a world what a beautiful today.   Reblogged from Earth Eyes — G. de Suys

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The Journey

Along the beach above the waves Smoothed by time A stone; Purposeless, I suppose, No reason I could tell For stone and me to meet. Some day hence I too will lie Worn by time And weary; The query now, I suppose, The answer I think I know: In life, did purpose meet? I threw […]

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But Darling

I’ve held the sparrow and I’ve held You Like a wastrel I squandered what You gave me Your hair trimmed in gold like leaves of the Bible Your breath like the cooing of the dove. I wasn’t looking for adventure When I stumbled onto You In my faltering way of seeking The things I had […]

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