Category Archives: Poetry

Too Pure

Perhaps I am too pure for you or anyone else. I don’t feel any wings sprouting but I have this idea that I must remain unspoiled although it may be too late for that.

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A Sycamore Leaf

There is an expectancy in the air soft, delectable I think I may be expanding foolish joy spills out of every pore. The thick pea-green death soup has passed away leaving me madly in love with the leaf of a … Continue reading

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The Gypsy

Tambourine held high Gypsy swirls her colored skirt Magic in the wind

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The Book

Found in a dusty Goodwill bin an author’s child goes undiscovered until one person needing hope buys it for change. Takes it home read–no, devours it as years of dissolution fall away leaving a soul full of light rocked in … Continue reading

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Feet of Clay

Dear God, Please do not make me a guru or master of all with the illusion of wisdom for I am too susceptible to acclaim, humility being a fragile virtue in me. And tell others not to put me on … Continue reading

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Holiness

Rare is the soul who has lived through hatred, despair loneliness that consumes and emerges holy. Holiness occurs when a person chooses to become whole to accept all aspects of duality justice–injustice cruelty–kindness illness-health When one embraces entirely what is … Continue reading

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My Space

I live in a space without illusion where there are no pros and cons in a light so pure and intense that all outrage melts away arguments lose their substance. There is no one to convince anymore. This space is … Continue reading

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