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Author Archive: Dean Walker

Dean Walker is a freelance writer of articles, essays, short-stories, and poems. In one way or another, he has worked as an environmental and human rights activist. Dean is the publisher of Expats Post.

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Magistery

Magistery

A steep crevice, Leads down to the ocean. I don’t know what, Has gotten over me. All I need now, Is to watch the Tule, Graze on the hill, While red-tails swoop above. All I know now, Is there is magistery, In a dirt trail, That ends with the warm beach.   Copyright protected by DigiproveAll Rights ReservedOriginal […]

By November 29, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Bitter Rain Cold

Bitter Rain Cold

  At 2 AM we heard rain, Fiercely rapping on the roof, Of our teardrop trailer, camped, Just south of Stillwater Cove. I wrapped my arms around you, As you slowly moved in close. Our bodies swathed each other, Like children in a blanket. “This is the good life”, I held. Something warm I’ve been […]

By November 8, 2015 1 Comments Read More →
Watching this World

Watching this World

How can we not look out into this world? How can I not see you watching it all? Just like you, I need to watch it all too.   I need to watch the birds fly off. I need to hear their wings play bass, Sweep, and blow me away.   I can’t stand standing […]

By October 25, 2015 2 Comments Read More →
Sun’s Last Rays

Sun’s Last Rays

  Let’s take a walk Walk with me along the cliffs. We don’t have to talk. I want to watch the clouds, rush in to fill the fields with fog, and sway the wet grass. I want to watch the sunrise, the birds take off, hear fires crack, listen to the sounds of morning. Let’s […]

By October 4, 2015 1 Comments Read More →
Two Thousand Year Old Dream

Two Thousand Year Old Dream

  Trekking on the ambient music, We tuned into space mood. We needed something outside, Of chillwave for the road. We got beat-focused on the down- Tempo, nu-Jazz, And rad samples interlaced with Dance-y beats… and low fill. Tripping and grinning in our new identities, We rolled the Magnum, Down the Avenue of the Giants, […]

By September 20, 2015 1 Comments Read More →
Doing Laundry

Doing Laundry

      I haven’t aired out all my dirty laundry. There are certainly more soiled sheets. But, they have nothing to do with love.   Domesticated, we met online and thought, There is a possibility we can press, into each other’s arms and discover love.   I have a lot of washing to do. […]

By August 29, 2015 1 Comments Read More →
Adventures in China: A Photographic Essay, Part I

Adventures in China: A Photographic Essay, Part I

During the last nine days of July, 2015, my girlfriend Nina and I went on our first “an adventure of lifetime” trip to China. Now that her kids are grown up and out of the house, and we both near fifty years of age, it’s time for both of us to truly enjoy our lives. […]

There is Nothing Wrong With Falling in Love

There is Nothing Wrong With Falling in Love

There is nothing wrong with falling in love. Especially if you have failed before. I can tell you this with experience. I have failed and failed yet came back. I have seen my house flooded and ruined. Have seen the boards warp and rot. I have seen the doors fall off, And I can tell […]

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