Category Archives: Poetry

My Vigil

My vigil is almost over I sit by the window and watch without seeing as the moon sinks and the morning sun streaks the sky with first blues and grays melting into lush purple, pink and red. A mocking bird … Continue reading

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Never Free

When all that is dross is burned away eaten up, disintegrated in flame all that is left is my freedom of spirit to choose only that agony of free choice remains. Have I ever exercised these choice without outside influence … Continue reading

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My Song

Above the cacophony of life there is a song which guides me. It is not single toned rather a chant of many voices filled with ineffable joy sweeping chords, lilting melodies a soaring grace of notes with all the traits … Continue reading

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Listen to the Silence

Morality is never neutral we admit ideas and persuasions into our lives under the guise of “objectivity” failing to see their true morality thus opening the door to lies marked as truth. Let me listen to only silence for it … Continue reading

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No Past

My past has been erased what I remember and that which I’ve forgotten all that made me into what I am at this moment gone like a flowing river. Can I take one drop of water from this river and … Continue reading

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Claim Your Name

Be not a cracked bell jangling to the blow of any hammer a bag of emptiness living in uncertainty a nonperson trapped in a world too difficult to understand an empty void of hopelessness. No! for you are from God … Continue reading

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Not Even a Crack

I feel the sunlight on my face, the coolness of the wind, the smell of morning-fresh grass the flowers are vivid points of clarity. Yet, at times, there is some coiling presence weaving slowly, possessively lazily enjoying my moments of … Continue reading

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