Monthly Archives: July 2013

Early Sun

Night, deep night, quiet, quiet night. Low, low, lower now, the moon— Half-moon very quiet, very bright, Slicing mountain, sinking slight, Sinking, sinking, lost from sight. Facing up, half-moon eyelids soft, Breathing softer, breathing silent, oh, Low—you, here upon your … Continue reading

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O Happy One

O Happy One, arise within your tears, Arise, and rediscover Lover’s Mount; For Happy Two comes shining through the years To add his passion to the things that count.— Integrity, that does not deal in time, But acts as every … Continue reading

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Based on Shakespeare’s “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day”

I will compare you to a springtime day. You’re much more bubbly in your bouncing gate: Thick raininess can bow the buds of May, And young June’s heat blithe limbs debilitate: Somtime too slow the lazy winds do blow, And … Continue reading

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Right

What hero shall awake my golden lyre That it may spark with praise undying fire? My fingers feel a warmth begin to stir, And sings within my hand the hair of her. Then mouth to mouth our music murmers, “Right,” … Continue reading

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New Season

Death is so final That Hell is void, Like tackling with joy An asteroid.

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To Have

When all May’s flowers …reach for hours, Begging you to take, Why dull your powers …fleeing showers, Lost from springtime break?

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Lisa Doby’s Photo

A picture worth a thousand words? Oh, no, not e’en a million birds. A billion suns mere paint to this, A trillion stars we would not miss. Infinity, if it could be, A droplet next a hundred sea, And all … Continue reading

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