Monthly Archives: February 2016

SUNSHINE

This poem was published nearly three years ago and I’ve decided to reproduce it here. I’m sitting on a park bench seeing nature’s skeletal frames all around me   And I’m smiling as I see you lying on a blanket … Continue reading

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MELTING

Melting like an ice cream being dragged by gravity’s pull down the side of its cone is how I see the side of your face   The rest of you is prostrate and sniff as though you’re in the midst … Continue reading

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LABELS

Labels prejudge people they constrict thought put people into boxes and should be ignored   A rich heart and soul improves mental health so don’t follow others but be your true self   Don’t run nor hide be proud of … Continue reading

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