Posts Categorized: Poems

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    Fairy Poem – Blessed Be the Meek

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    Blessed Be the Meek is a fairy poem, casting a spotlight on the immeasurable value of kindness and gentleness and how they’re forever badly needed. Blessed Be the Meek – a Fairy Poem Mid-city square, people are pitching forks. Short wicks and glimmerless bulbs won’t do. No one will stage her chapped finger or case… Read more »

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    Anxiety Poem – The Sweat

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    The Sweat is an anxiety poem, a picture of what it can be like panicking for no apparent reason whatsoever.  Over time, I’ve learned to sit it out and let it pass. The Sweat – Anxiety Poem It is in a crowd it comes or when I’m sitting opposite a starling. A dusting of dew skimming… Read more »

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    Together Poem – The Long Length of Hedging Roses

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    The Long Length of Hedging Roses is a together poem, a poem about gifting each other the time and space to be and grow without preconditions, without any rules. The Long Length of Hedging Roses – Together Poem In this episode, we gauge before engaging in yet another bunch of red velvet roses. You fertilize and… Read more »

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    Togetherness Poem – The Middle

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    The Middle is a togetherness poem, a reflection on division and collaboration and a celebration of relationships, communication and the interdependence of all beings on earth. The Middle – a Togetherness Poem When flicking through property pages, I look for shacks or marble-floor mansions With 18-carat gold taps gushing 1990 Château Lafite-Rothschild into Waterford crystal goblets…. Read more »

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    Storm Poem – Storm Drawings

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    Storm Drawings is a storm poem, a description of the beach nearby where now, you could make a seaweed salad with what the storm’s tossed up. Seaweed Salad – Storm Poem During the storm, the hustling sea coughed up rocks, seaweed and sand, and now on the beach, grainy algae storylines, running the length of… Read more »

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    Trust Poem – Megumi’s pliability sickens Me – Trust Poem

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    Megumi’s pliability sickens me is a trust poem and a reflection on people whose hope sees them through whatever issues come their way. It is also a reflection on realism and rebellion.  Megumi’s pliability Sickens Me – Trust Poem Megumi’s pliability sickens me, her steel for the stars, her truck of hope, still more, her decoding love… Read more »

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    January Poetry – Winter’s End Blossoming

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    Winter’s End Blossoming is a celebration of January poetry and the waning of cold and dark days. Spring’s unfolding begins in January, and within a few weeks, the grass will be green.   January Poetry – Winter End’s Blossoming Meadows are like frameless paintings sprawling nude and thousands of tulips blossoming. Yellow and red cups… Read more »

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    Serendipity Poem – The Cape Gannet

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    The Cape Gannet is a serendipity poem, a celebration of the wonders of nature and an expression of admiration and gratitude for the instinctual genius of animals and how they know the time and place and method. The Cape Gannet – Serendipity Poem Like a swarm of bees, a school of fish is spiralling below… Read more »

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    Morning Poetry – The Chopping Board

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    The Chopping Board is a slice of morning poetry and a reflection on and celebration of the inevitability of passing time and unfolding stories for and in between people, places, and planet earth.   The Chopping Board – Morning Poetry Every morning, I am the orange next in line for the juicer, dawn peels, and… Read more »