Monthly Archives: May 2014

hopes patron


to watch her grow watered with life sheltered in trust statuesque blue gum in a mythical forest knowledge inhaled exposed courage a fertile reticence prodigious elegance to watch her grow a hopeful sapling the honourable tree grounded in cyclone a … Continue reading

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Original Sin


“He had preserved the best part of her and made it his own: the principle of her scent.” ― Patrick Süskind he shops at the antique stores searching for that one in its original box kept hidden from view in … Continue reading

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Reopened Doors


Out of patience I’m a worry to myself Just some habits I cannot kick I love the lake A progressive notion How much is too much To make you sick In the naked eye I choose life over wealth Some … Continue reading

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Civil War


the restless are weak revolution is passion spilling out from love hatred only breeds hatred love extinguishes fire © Leroy Wilson

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Budget 2014


Empire shining Fickle display of repent Rejection letter Structure the reason Swallowed in academia Sensitive absent journey Fictitious yes men Slaves to systems they prey too Slaves to conformists Manufactured god’s Puppets hanging from iron strings Fragrance of soldiers Freedom … Continue reading

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afraid of everyone


tides changing in the ocean feel tsunami will not flee birds migrating to the desert want to go home will not be she rides waves of the ocean swells roll in to grant her pleas he rides winds of the … Continue reading

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