Monthly Archives: April 2018

Perplection Reflection (Oct. 2017)

Perplexed by love was lovey-dove, That one should do much love her. Perplexed was he by copier she, Though he held no one above her. Upon reflection and soul’s inspection They came to the conclusion They both were out to … Continue reading

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O Holy Night

You open gentlest eyes one inch from mine; Our noses touch, we breathe. Our soft-hard flesh in-presses. This April night of all nights is most fine. To hold is much. We rest, Begin again with blesses— Our holy gift—sweet sex … Continue reading

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Thirsty (Sept. 2017)

The sense of you filling me As I hold a book, Imagine you next to me And me kissing you. Oh, my poor book!

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Love’s Truth (Sept. 2017)

Oh wonderful wonder, this beauty of you! Restorer of meaningful morning—sky blue! Grim shadows had darked me, gone was my light, I looked about, finding—only cold night. I searched, searched everywhere, nought could see through, Till a match was struck—there! … Continue reading

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My World (from Sept. 2017)

You are the world, the one true world, to me, A constant sun, a pure and steady star. All other things mean not too much to me; Men’s battles and their bickerings seem so far. Yet you are over sea, … Continue reading

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When (from Nov. 2017)

When I come to the airport in KL Why will I be there? Because of you. Why will you be there? Because of me. That is all we know. It is enough.

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Entirely (from Nov. 11, 2017)

I sit in my room alone and think of you, And I am not alone— not entirely. I think of you and I am happy, Though not entirely. I visualize your face, I see you smile. I almost hear you … Continue reading

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