Monthly Archives: March 2017

Watershed – A Duet

spied you staged behind forest bark watching as in flowing cloak, I dart, light fading, you give heated chase, let me lead you from here to away lay me down under spring willow tree our sun is setting, skin chill … Continue reading

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The 29th of March…

still I dug my heels into the earth with all the strength of my back against the door as the world pushed from the other side and my feet made deep furrows I smiled for before my time is gone … Continue reading

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Cloudburst…

the rain could not drown the fire in our hearts that day nor could the humid frigid air borne upon the storm front slow the rising and falling in our chests if ever a heartbeat could be heard like a … Continue reading

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Spring Thaw…

I don’t see the sun very often get up in the morning in the dark make my way down under the mountain into the hard earth I take out the cold lumps of shadow and send them back up to … Continue reading

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 World Poetry Day – March 21, 2017

I have a Pantheon of Poets, of which I am a humble disciple…. Frost, Whitman, Sexton, Dickinson, Plath, Huxley, Shakespeare, Keats, Byron…. Many names of Goddess and Gods… I see their reflections in my work…I see their fingerprints on my … Continue reading

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Pendant…

In the end my heart relented capitulated to the truth spreading like a cold fog in its depths This was my doing I had summoned her here this heresy was mine to bear this heavy weight sat within my chest … Continue reading

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The Sword in the Stone…

It was deep within the arboreal reaches of my soul that she came upon the stone moss-covered and grey a single blade pierced the surface down to the hilt glittering golden in a shaft of dappled sunlight she could have … Continue reading

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Squire…

without a word I gently laid the last of her armor on the ground it had been hours since we had started talking and I could see little by little she began to remove it piece by piece unbuckling leather … Continue reading

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Emissary…

How now dark emissary? Why dost thou come to light upon my window sill at this late hour? Dost thou bring a remembrance of My Lady? Perhaps an ebony quill from thy breast? Upon which she has whispered the names … Continue reading

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