Monthly Archives: May 2014

Bitter-Sweet Excursion

Saturday sidewalk, kids, dogs, skateboards, bicycles, packages and all flavors of folks. Gourmet coffees, beans and teas, dress boutiques and garden supplies a bagel shop and next door delicatessen. A world tour of restaurants to smell and taste. All too … Continue reading

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Lyrrin

I like hanging out on the corners of your mouth. Laughter, like a cradle holding innocence, spills itself into mischief. Bending lines drawn in the sands of reason, while testing, every moment you’re awake. Delight captured in the honey of … Continue reading

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Beyond Repair?

She walks without regard for hell or heaven. Her soul’s tripping over sidewalks grey with helplessness. The space above our clouds’ become a dumping ground zero left or right of stardust falling backwards. The circus left a trodden field of … Continue reading

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Time Gifting

My visits to the terminals: family, friends and relations, were never acutely aware of the microseconds, the moments, the minutes, the hours day and night, awake, aware, abandoned, afraid and alone. The need, nay, the craving for respect, affection, and … Continue reading

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