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“Freedom Found”

A harvest-moon hangs low and bright Heaping healing into the night A Wrangler jeep heats a white T-shirt, no shoes needed skip the dirt A hippie cries out plying for peace, suburban saviors quietly control (kill) gassing the geese Take one … Continue reading

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A Single Star

A single star shines for infinite Springing into action flashes of light Meters are charged at the sounding-board Wings transparent with patient passthrough Bubbles of light bounce off the beach mirroring vibrant colors The merchant ship seeks a star Eager … Continue reading

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Bare Sky

Could you collect her if she was taken out by a rebellious rocket Would her boarding pass be found in her burned-up pocket Evil screams another sound, Leading innocent graded to the grieving ground No sirens honking the horn just … Continue reading

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What if you’re a boy of the summer striking out Derek Jeter? And that is your claim to fame What if you were the pitcher for his very last game? Hundred 62 games played in the season If you strike … Continue reading

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In-Between

Wings dropped memories in a rain-filled barrel Lightening ignited a town of dandelions A King held captive dashed between the splitting horizon A radio repeated history begging for a change as a ring lost its luster The dance-floor opened like … Continue reading

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The False Prophet

“The False Prophet” The clutter took up space replacing a radio on the shelf The juggling gate strung a walrus laughing at himself A fireplace whistled a melody coveting the sounds of Egypt Smoking guitars filled the abandoned bars, puffing … Continue reading

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Don’t you Quit

“Don’t ya stop dont ya stop” the Cars eagerly sang back in ’78 A train rolled down the tracks With all its weight in motion Bringing dry goods to everyone west of the Atlantic ocean Rocky balboa never gave up, … Continue reading

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Growing

A branch cried out for sunlight, air and water escaping to a cast that just seemed broader A stampede crushing dynamite exploded any tailgates in it’s path One and one equals three do the math The ground froze solid adjourning … Continue reading

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Anew

Nerves unending, stop the blame, never let a plastic reflector bring you shame marching forward the flag found the pole, it took a while but they were both made whole restoration, manifestation purification, they are all good New plains. New … Continue reading

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The Skinny Road

“The skinny road” 1-21-14 The white snow leaps over the hollow pond the thin ice streams colorless breaks while the wilted guard-rail just stops, casting in it’s territory an overpriced fence it hurries down a skinny road jolting wide-open a … Continue reading

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