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sonata scribbles to my someday self

breathe, girl. you’re fine. the moon moats in her sky, and you (of also borrowed shine) can hang awhile longer, too.  breathe in these starsand mark them well, treble-tremble your fingersalong their sharpest notes.  whisper yourself some wings of feathered things,of flutter, stuttered syllables soaked in salt and … Continue reading

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future music 

a symphony of sunlighta melody of moona whispered whir of trees a warble a murmura burble  (and still) the clack-patter of keys  and she (limbs raised to sky) will live there in that shanty by the sea.  ::In November, we poem. Quickly.

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a mishmash of blues

.. indigo done left me again, stranded on shifting sands. the world’s gone all gray tones again, sifted through empty hands. turquoise beat has done me wrong, imprinted on my heart. midnight’s spilled her way to sky, abandoned us from … Continue reading

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Ska Sky

  .. Staccato stars ………play …………….hide …and ………seek …..through cloud trumpets ….playing a trom ……..-bone moon.     .. Prompted by Poetic Asides.    ..      

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Songs, Sirens, Starlings

.. Treble-tremble me loose oh, {adagio slow} untroubled and stanza’d soft. Hold me. Un -fold me to the tempo of timbre trees, slur me ………….{legato} to an indigo sky. Cadenza me a seasoned sonata chant, a rococo rant, a tiny … Continue reading

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music man and the sordid sleep

play magnetic poetry

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erased tapes

(a perceptive approach)  . timbral pal ……-ette and harm -ony not …withstanding, our rock(y) background was a full-length contemp(t) -orary dance, a tentative step into sound ………………….(off track). i was a self-taught painist, you had an affection for the in … Continue reading

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