Category Archives: Poetry

Don’t Like

I don’t just like you; You don’t just like me. I love, love, love—–you. I love you. You love—–me. We both have discovered—–love. Love has uncovered—-that it’s good to be. I don’t just like you; You don’t just like me. … Continue reading

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Narcissa

My love of me can only be As great as my own sight of me, Who am the light of all l be. No other height can rise as high As sacred me within my eye. All beauty’s worth is … Continue reading

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O Artist

She sits a-top the giant block of stone And reads the words which he had thought alone, Herself clean individual whose gaze Comes from her thought about a thought Of what is real, her future’s days Prepared from that which … Continue reading

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No Doubt

I’m in my house; You’re in yours. Not the same house; Love endures. One block away, I’m in mine; Day after day Wrong design. Where there’s a heart Love will beat; Where there’s two hearts, No retreat. Open door now; … Continue reading

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Hey!

You laugh—world, awake! Ah, the long—ah!—long stretching! Hey, it is still here!

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True

True, who can be true? So many others, others. You, always, just you.

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Lips

Lips are silencing When pressed together in love Lips are silencing.

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