Category Archives: Poetry

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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Only?

I was just walking, walking on by, When up at your window l heard me a “Hi!” It wasn’t real loud, but was beautifully clear, And I knew that your sweetness was sent way down here. So up went my … Continue reading

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We’re On and Up and On

We’re flying on and up and on, Touching the far with the near. No gods to hold us down for those Who have no future cheer. We’ve thought and knowledge, skill, Great courage facing new, Joyous fire of exerting ill … Continue reading

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