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Dust in the Wind

Much here is caked in dust. Dust-skinned dogs and dust-skinned horses. Dust-coated houses in ruin, the staccato of ruins, the oldlife song of decay, dreams move sluggishly here at the pace of dust, the swirling eddies of dust, dust in … Continue reading

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Sentenced

I, a lone comma pulsing within the voluptuous grammar of the ocean.

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Scar Country

Blonde thimbles of sunlight pour onto and speckle the faded terra-cotta roofs, the play of light on hidden scars, the song with unremembered lyrics.Four towels draped on the railing of a terrace to air-dry. Two green, one blue, one red.The … Continue reading

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Hemingway in Mexico

Papa Hemingway, gone to pot in Mexico– to have and have not.

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Door

There is a legend of a door hidden from hearts– How stones, unturned, scar.

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Swell

This house on a hill, overlooking love, dreams us– Clouds, gently touched, swell.

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Terrace

Young girl on terrace, looking down upon the world– Where did mommy go?    

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Picasso Who?

No painter required, just a door, and running blues– Fuck museum walls.    

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Buddha’s Ninth Life

Fasting on patience, the cat became enlightened– No reason to leap.

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How Stones Love

Almost as if the stones, a bundle of prehistoric easter eggs, ¬†and petrified sweeps and flourishes of gondoliering motion, were modeling poetry, an implacable ode and incalculable sonnet to the sea, whose flagrant tempest, bound to strict meter, abrades the … Continue reading

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