Monthly Archives: January 2014

CLEANSING

Rain falls, steady; pandering, pattering, cleansing what life has left, the dust and grains of being. Leaf shines suddenly, as if surprised, that the residue has been removed; so used it had  become, to what  was, instead of what might … Continue reading

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Haunted

Images slow haunt through headless days, where time can only mock and ridicule, and memories do gather in dark clouds; how life can show us that we are a fool. In wanting to believe of what might be, in holding … Continue reading

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The journey

A High Bridge by NightEijiro Kobayashi Drowned darkness where water sucks at the edge of sky, and lights shiver, shout in silence across reflected depths, shining, showing, shuddering through waves which break; as the boatman guides, drags, from one side … Continue reading

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Sighs

You sigh too much, he said, why do you do that? How could I say that my soul sighed, that my heart released held breath because, of what it knew and could not say, that with each sigh, the sadness … Continue reading

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Lunatic

Harsh words brought hurt, humiliation, rendering null the rules, relationship would claim, as ridicule did crowd the heart, caught in brittle chains; changing who you were; giving birth to some thing new, brazen and unknown; bone-hard your mind now drew, … Continue reading

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Unexpected

Life brings the unexpected into our world, things not once imagined, nor conceived, and yet birthed raw and brutal as reality; that which even nightmare did not bring. We sail the dark and shining seas at will, through heart and … Continue reading

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On Australia Day some thoughts on our indigenous Australians.

Perspective is important when looking at the situation of Aborigines in particular and indigenous peoples in general. If you look at the US, Canada, NZ and Australia the circumstances of indigenous peoples are very similar, regardless of whether they received … Continue reading

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