Monthly Archives: August 2015

A Level Of Justice

He had trapped him in a dark alley. His gun was pointed at the murderer of the knifed and robbed and now dead young woman. The lone bystander, who had ran after them from the park said, “I’ll call the … Continue reading

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When Four Lips…

When four lips press in pints of love, Four hands grab gallons more; When four ears welcome roarings of Desire’s seas a-pour; When inner mountains move and shake Volcanic up four eyes, The plain of life is wide awake, Nor … Continue reading

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Coming True

You sleep and dream, a child still, Your lips a glad half smile; All your life your happy will Has charactered your style. Such innocence is in you yet, Though sixty years are flown; The marks of time feel no … Continue reading

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Sunset

One pair of ears appears to hear The words I whisper, soft and low; One pair of eyes show no surprise, But speak to these, “I know it’s so;” One pair of hands, enfolding mine, Affirm the fastness of my … Continue reading

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Reach For It.

Sunflower. sunflower, High, so high, Up you reach and Touch the sky. Time may sleep or Time may run, Clouds may come to Cover sun; Still, you stand your Life-long day Calling children, “Look my way, Stretch and reach as … Continue reading

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Beauty’s Flower

The whole sky’s gray grows darker now, Yet your brow’s May lifts fair; Fall’s petals fall in gardens now, Your two eyes crown the air. The day is dim and dimness gives No hymn of joy, no cheer, But beauty’s … Continue reading

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Day Is Mine!

The clouds’ large fall upon the land, Your lips that drink from my cupped hand, The bending trees, your eyes a-shine, I love the wild when you are mine. The wind blows fierce, we find a cave, And sit and … Continue reading

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