Category Archives: Poetry

For Lovers Apart . . .

Apparition Alone, I watch as dawn’s illumined finger Spreads crystal dance of light on wave and sand Where impressions of our love still linger, And breeze recalls the softness of your hand – Your touch – which deep within my … Continue reading

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Passages

Passages There’s a certain silence one hears ‘Neath nightfall’s shroud; The moon – cold, bleak, and worn but otherworldly wonder – Illuminates the darkness with reflected light But adds no warmth to chill As it speaks to souls – sans … Continue reading

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The Ancient Mists

The ancient mists await With chilled fingers to encompass, surround, and Enshroud souls departed from the sunshine each has known. And yet how clever are these mists, their rains and Rivers from which lives and beauties are reborn – For … Continue reading

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Droplets – and Destiny?

Sometimes I wonder. As I look back over my years and reflect on how clear things once seemed, then view today’s world through humanity’s imposed murkiness, questions invariably arise. What happened? Why? What’s next? What remains? Anything? I’m reminded of … Continue reading

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Imagery, Echoes, and Memories

Below is a link to an ‘experiment’ of sorts, one that I’ve been pondering and pursuing, now and then, for the last 3-4 decades: the effect that a combination of two separate emotion-grabbing artful inputs, i.e. verbal  (poetic/sonnet) and visual … Continue reading

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Poetry: Sonnets

The Oxford English Dictionary defines “Poetry” as a “literary work in which special intensity is given to the expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive style and rhythm.”  According to Literary Terms, a Sonnet is “a fourteen … Continue reading

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Friday, January 20th, 2017: “A Date Which Will Live In Infamy.”

I don’t see this president-elect as a legitimate president. I think the Russians participated in helping this man get elected . . .” (Rep. John Lewis, D-GA; 1-13-2017) Rep. John Lewis was, of course, spot-on correct when he made that … Continue reading

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