Tagged: history

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New Earth

Spoken Word Now that’s saying something! Figure I’d speed along, trade shells amongst the natives in exchange for another door to the soundless places I strain to hear when sailing the sand is numb...

fiction about school 0

Locker 138

Short Story   Locker 138 is the place where I met the best girlfriend I ever had and where I broke up with her. It’s also where I made about $300 off of letting...

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Watch Your Step

Poem Wandering in the morning light Change is happening left and right Will change take me by surprise? Or will it pass me by? Sweep me away But don’t kill my history Give me...

poem about legacy 0

Finally, a Will

Poem   So childlike I can’t be like love, like that Strength, yes The heirlooms passed down from fathers To sons like sparks given to an anvil From hammers Greatness laughs As a child,...

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When

Poem   She asked, “Can’t we ride a bus anymore?” No, we cannot speak in our tongue or they’ll carve it out of our disgusting Hebrew speaking mouths. Before we could go to Paris, now,...

Life Poems, Crossroad 0

None So Blind

Life Poems   None so Blind… Love came in stillness, creating within itself countless heavenly spaces of spontaneous spore vapors and fertile, seeded grounds in tender and timeless hovering, completing cosmos of expanding brilliant,...