Tag Archives: Poetry

Bolero

Bolero It’s not the dance; it’s never the dance, but who is dancing. The connection takes place outside the steps, not within. Still, the gliding graceful turns and pauses, the taut hesitation, help the magic weave a moment never lost … Continue reading

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Pool

Pool This body of water was so much more than a liquid luxury, blue when the sky was blue, the clouds floated on its surface… the reflections of the sun, coated branches of a tree, in vibrating… illuminating points and … Continue reading

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Open Field

Open Field You give me the moment others would take away Your trust is like an open field where I can run to play If I had to say it without the music making me, I couldn’t do it If … Continue reading

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Some Pics & The Recording from the Chelsea Hotel Reading Yesterday

Hi Everyone, just going to put up the recording of yesterday’s reading and a few pictures from the really fun Sunday Spoken Word event, at the Chelsea Hotel. Thanks to Dale Innis for all their help at the event and … Continue reading

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Keep The Dream Going

Keep The Dream Going Cruising the blues on a Beth Hart loop shaking my head because humans are so fickle up in the stars where I perch in assessment It looks from here, that it might be hard to work … Continue reading

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No Regrets

No Regrets Click here to listen to the poem recited Was our ember only able to burn bright enough for one duet? Reality paints in realism, with no excuses, and no regrets. For me I felt it blaze up in … Continue reading

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My Town

The clouds slide down the mountain side and reach into little streets, fogging the trees… the smells of coffee brewing, wood stoves igniting hen’s squawking loudly, “I’ve laid an egg!” It’s a big event in the small backyards to the … Continue reading

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