Monthly Archives: January 2014

Adam and Atom

Time and wind cannot be seen, And space has not a face, But every moment you go past Their beauty I can trace. Here and there, back and forth, From place to place you go; Existence has a central force … Continue reading

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Hush

When all about the mighty town the poet wanders much And hears the subway’s rumbling sound in walls that feel his touch; When all the busy thousands there go past him in a rush, He sees one face, or maybe … Continue reading

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Rain At Last!

The slow clouds crowd, Some drums boom loud, White light bright flashes—see! The drops drop down, Some me have found, And hands are glad to be! Each leaf brief roof, Catch rain, then poof! Falls all on me with love! … Continue reading

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Offer No Blood

Offer no blood to me of sacrifice, Give not your pay, or jewels, or joy, or pride, But throw away your liking for this vice, That makes your worth less worth the more it’s tried. Make money, work, begirt you … Continue reading

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Nature Resurrected

Let me now innocent this block of wood With stalwart chops to split it good, And when I’ve angelized a table true I’ll give my virtue all to you. And thus from lazy and most guilty tree A brave new … Continue reading

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Pursuing Soft

The leaves are long and large, yet light, The trees up-tower to titantic height; The sun sends streamers shining through, And I am darkness, bright are you. The moss is soft, your mouth soft, too, And soft our hands that … Continue reading

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Rapture (acrostic to a painting by Martin Eichinger)

Round about each other twining, All for love and lovers’ height, Passion is their circle-signing, Turning all their world bright. Under them and over—Yay! Race the winds in rapture’s play. Eve may come, but never night.

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