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A Sonnet for My Blue

.. Maybe the moon and the waves on the lake will swim with us under the stars. Oh, that I might just let go of the ache that plagues me when wishing for more. The woo of this Blue bids … Continue reading

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Sonnet for Swallowed Sorrow

All that glisters in not gold. – Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice   . Why dress myself in shadow, shade and haze as the sun glimmers through a broken sky? Why hold the moon aloft on tongue for days, just … Continue reading

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14 lines about nothing

.. the breeze is trembling the trees again, the moon chasing herself across the sky. i’ve got a million wishes and not enough stars – can you hold my most recent sigh? give yourself a pat on the back, a … Continue reading

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Impartial Gust

(a Shakespearean sonnet)   . A bloodstained bandit breeze dwindles the dawn, arouses barefaced sun to blushing rise. A gloomy, frugal courtship panders on, as noiseless skysongs tease these jaded skies. Last night, the tranquil skim milk moonbeams spilled, forgot … Continue reading

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