Monthly Archives: June 2015

Waiting

We parted softly in the morning mist, Thick trees about us silver-leaved with dew; You went a winding path of shadows dim, I went a blinding way that blazed with you. Now all day long I picture lightning true— Your … Continue reading

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Brian of Vaston (an alternative history)

Brian of Vaston Had got to the hilltop, Though arrows and spears All about him did ding. Leaping the wall there, Leaped out his sword so keen, Cleaving Mohammed Right through the heart! Moslems ran screaming, Immortal was mortal; Their … Continue reading

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Mountain Homes

The sun has parted, gone goodbye; The light it leaves now wanes and fails. The traffic hushes, thins to die, And faint, so faint, a baby wails. Along the mountains sparks of gold Do tell of homes serene and sure; … Continue reading

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Night is Day

A sense of dawning ere cometh dawn— It stirs in me when my mind turns on, When I wake and see all the stars so bright And I think the thought that I thought last night, But was half complete … Continue reading

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Just Being Me

Jane said, “My mom says she feels like a truck ran her over when she gets her period.” “Gee,” said Evan, “When did she get run over by a truck? Say, what does it feel like being a woman?” “I … Continue reading

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No Self

Joe walked down the street into a strong fresh breeze. He held his arms and hands out on each side, enjoying the feel of the wind. Ron came walking past and said, “Gosh, Joe, you look like, uh, feminine.” Joe … Continue reading

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Hi!

I walk along with inner song, All joyously at ease; The springing earth around me strong Neath swaying tops of trees. A runner past me goes on fast, Alive with his glad might, As up a rise I feast my … Continue reading

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