Category Archives: Poetry

Poems I have written.

DREAMERS

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited, imagination encircles the world.     Einstein. Someone must first dream the dream, a vision  well beyond the mundane to inspire others beyond normalcy and reach far into the heavens. It is … Continue reading

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FREE FOR ALL

Some things touch my heart and restore my touch of humanity: The soft rain of early spring, sprinkling a carpet of yellow daffodils. The cooling rain in summer’s heat lifting steam from sidewalk and path. The bursting colors of flowers … Continue reading

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GEMS APLENTY

GEMS APLENTY There were pearls about her slender neck, a garnet graced her arm her eyes reflected sapphire blue I marveled at her charm. The nighttime moon was opal white against the onyx sky. Her lips so ruby red touched … Continue reading

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WINTER’S COMING no 2

A swirling burst of wind whips an eddy of leaves to the sky, recent shedding from nearby trees, trees now mere skeletons of limbs bared of the lush green of summer and the bright colors of autumn. Only a straggling … Continue reading

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WINTER’S COMING no. 1

The sun has begun its annual hiding today, nigh on to the cold season, December, when \nature’s beauty will obscure itself beneath gray clouds dimmed by rain or snow and men hide themselves behind walls’ warmth. The blanket of leaves … Continue reading

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TURNING BACK

When life seems hard and days look grim, return to your center, return to your soul Once within, where all is well, open yourself to heartfelt joy. Laugh out loud and sing all day. Teach your soul to play. Walk … Continue reading

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ONLY WORDS

In setting out to declaim we too often only maim the language of our native tongue. It was in offer of pure discourse in prose, in song, in poet’s voice that brings some here, who are terse. The multitudes or … Continue reading

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