Category Archives: Poetry

On a Stick

Crock pot, rice makers microwaves, gadgets galore our kitchens are full of one more gadget How delicious were hot dogs and marshmallows cooked over campfires on a stick we found in the woods

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A Toy

If you give a child no toy he will still play pretend, create games laugh, run, sing, explore with an exuberance we’ve forgotten Adults fill their lives with manufactured fun forgetting spontaneity creativity, how to laugh for the sheer joy … Continue reading

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Visible Thoughts

What if we had a TV screen floating above our head depicting our thoughts all day long for everyone to see Soap opera stories whines and complaints jealousy, fears, poor me without pause or Stories of gratitude kindness, love, honor … Continue reading

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Not Empty, Not Alone

Empty is never empty dark holes extending into forever filled with that which we can not perceive Alone we are never alone all around us is that which we do not yet see Am I, I are you, you or are … Continue reading

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The Optimist

I am a crazy optimist seeing glasses of water half full teenagers full of promise in those difficult years My world is full of beauty opportunities galore problems are a thing of the past I see them now as gifts … Continue reading

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A Happening

Cities planting food gardens on rooftops, people trading grass lawns for rows of lettuce tomatoes and beans slowly things are changing people are starting to care turning off TVs reaching out, helping others it’s happening everywhere. We may not yet … Continue reading

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Invisible

I’ve become invisible walking on crowded sidewalks where no one sees me and I see them less and less, too. High-rise apartments layers of life that do not see one another though they pass daily never making eye contact no … Continue reading

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