Monthly Archives: May 2011

Imagination

The Scottish poet, John Davidson, 1857 to 1909 wrote this: “Imagination, gathers up The undiscovered Universe Like jewels in a jasper cup.” Advertisements

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New Moon

I have no idea what to call this new moon, bloated yellow balloon stuck in the tree branches I have no idea what to call love you cannot have, like long motorcycle rides I’ve never had across the moon-lit desert … Continue reading

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More Simplicity

At dawn the carpenters in the clouds hammered the roof with pelting rain and from here you can see it’s snowing on Pikes Peak, and nonetheless, barefooted, I walked a chilling sidewalk for the newspaper, then out onto the green … Continue reading

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Another Idea

When an idea rolls around in my head and then drops down into my voice box, I seem to need to write it out to get it out, so here is a continuation of what started yesterday with the “You … Continue reading

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You Have No Idea

You Have No Idea “You have no idea,” said the cactus to the stream, “How I feel because I cannot touch you. Cannot drink you. Under the milky way, Cannot sing goodnight to you.” “You have no idea,” said the … Continue reading

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Swallowtail Grace

And, when I was watering the onions and garlic this fluttering yellow and black swallowtail butterfly flew right over my head heart fluttering with her soft wingbeat heard her wingsong in the air, reminding me of your voice and that … Continue reading

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Naked

Naked In the morning I sit at the kitchen table, aroma of coffee perking, sunlight streaming through the window, and I am naked, because the true writing pours out of me when I am naked.

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