Category Archives: Poetry

Something like a blues song

When my brother and his wife Judy were touring the Midwest this summer as the folk music act Andy & Judy —  http://www.andyjudysing.com —   I joked they needed another train song, and suggested the title, “Waiting on the Detroit … Continue reading

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Cassini

What sparks, the flicker of your heart, the detritus of hope and hurt left in a distant burning trail. Signals bouncing off unseen waves, surprising strong, sneaking past defenses, nets cast to repel the unwanted, troubling thoughts, dormant desires, sparked … Continue reading

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These words are dust on paper

These words are dust on paper, The chemistry of love, loss and desire, of things unsettled; Weightless questions unformed, queries made alone in silent, empty rooms, like breath spoken to a dark ceiling in those broken sleepless hours.   There … Continue reading

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Roses fall

       Roses fall, petals withered at the edges, the reds and pinks of blossoms faded as the low sunlight, once full like soup now transparent as dust, tasteless gruel. Leaves once thick with green wither to brown and cling to drained … Continue reading

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Borrowed words

These words are yours, borrowed. Drawn from the air as you slide across the room at the edges, looking on; Words from your questioning eyes as you speak with your groups and I with mine, side glances, lingering. Space demanding  touch, … Continue reading

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‘Re-Entry’: Journey from written words, to spoken words, to music. Exploring the possibilities

I often write something just for the sound. That was the case of this poem, “Re-Entry.” It is a minimalist approach to exploring ways of re-entering life or opening up to the possibilities around us. I had the great honor … Continue reading

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