Category Archives: short verse

my head

I look at it everyday inside I’ve never seen It means everything to me without it – I’m not me. napowrimo prompt for today – describe a small interior space My goal this year was to post on at least … Continue reading

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Dim all the lights

Now turns the day into the night – Gently going. Close the eyes. Draw up the sheet. Dim all the lights. Gently gone – Good night. napowrimo prompt for today – write a nocturne

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on a bench

On a bench by the station sleeping weathered face turned to the sun

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Spring

ancient promise turn, turn, turn eruption of flowers

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all-purpose adjective

This morning out walking – Walking down Light Street walking behind a guy repetitively repeating that all-American participial adjective formerly referred to as a 4-letter word but now too ubiquitous to be shocking. The napowrimo prompt for the day: repetition

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At the crosswalk

Yesterday’s flurries left more ice than snow. At the crosswalk, I take the path more trampled.

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Nov. 9, 2016

…and now I will have to buy a gun and lock the door. For they will come.

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