Poetry

Two Families

Two Families

www.disneyclips.com    This is written to celebrate family feeling at the time of the Spring Festival. Family ties extend beyond blood relations to all who have touched our hearts and found a home there. This poem commemorates the endurance of bonds formed by loving actions over an extended period.     Most of us belong […]

Newborn Leaves Turn Green

Newborn Leaves Turn Green

    What have I become? I will never truly know. I walk across the stones, to avoid the water. I look up and see, newborn leaves turn green.   And I still do not know, what I have become? Will I walk across the street, To avoid a friend? I often look at myself […]

By February 21, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Radical Photography

Radical Photography

  I love the times when you catch me photographing you. We go on long walks, adventurous hikes in the woods. I pull out the Galaxy 6 and start snapping pics. The next thing I know the camera finds you in a pose. All of a sudden I see you stop and eat a fig, […]

By January 10, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
The Important and Insignificant

The Important and Insignificant

The Important and Insignificant   Important Insignificant Makers of distinctions Determining the rankings Powering up corruption   It’s time for…phasing out ‘Better then’ It’s time for…being inclusive It’s time for…shutting out no one It’s time for…representing everyone   Protect the environment Homes for the homeless Food for the starving Wisdom for the ignorant Empower the […]

Limits

Limits

  The House of Saud executed 47 souls today. They say they were mostly Al Qaeda, “They Say”. I don’t know much about that. But I do know, beheadings, firing squads, electric chairs, and needles, Executed by the state are no better than ISIS. On Facebook, I watched a young American man kill, A sweet […]

By January 2, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Robert Bly: Film Tribute to a Radical

Robert Bly: Film Tribute to a Radical

  Poet Robert Bly, now 89 years old, is a radical, by which I mean he returns to the roots. Haydn Reiss has captured him in his new, moving film “Robert Bly: A Thousand Years of Joy.” Watching the film was a trip down my memory’s lane, dating back to meeting the National Book Award-winning […]

By December 26, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Just Saying

Just Saying

  You don’t need to walk dirt trails, or down some shit gritty streets, to find another poor soul, pissing on your poetry. I’ve been down that lame mum road. And I can tell you there’s hope, in studying your craft, and working out all the crap. I don’t know much about love. But, I […]

By December 20, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
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 →
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