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Today I worshipped

Today I worshipped Amongst rocks And shiny glass bits Washed up on shore. Green and purple Glass, edges rounded, Tossed up by pounding waves. Child’s treasure. Burnished glass And pebble stones Worn smooth at lakes edge. Today I worshipped. Palm … Continue reading

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Two Old Men

I sit beside two Old men Who talk. The value of words And music Can’t be overestimated Among the young, Their students. And my listening In? Does it count as Eavesdropping? Or is it only my Wishing for company And … Continue reading

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Lament for a Mad World

Draft copy of some poetry I’m working on. Lament for a Mad World The darkness is thick It clings and blinds the innocent, If there are any innocent Left.  The madness has devoured My naïveté, and laid me waste; Stripped … Continue reading

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