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A Whisper to the Night (2020 revision)

A Whisper to the Night (2020 revision)

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Originally published in 2004 the poem "A Whisper to the Night" has been completely reinvented. Arguably one of my best poems this new version creates a more complete narrative that the original could only hint toward.   i. A whisper to the night; The river speaks. Its moving streams move out of sight Flowing into the deep, deep night. The moonlit reflection moves Across a shallow surface. And the ...

In Memoriam: S.K.

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It was a cold lifeless day As a life was laid to rest; And the hollow air swelled and swayed Upon the empty hour of death; His soul wept and ached in despair As he lay in the silent unknown; For his thoughts were only of her As his heart died alone. VIEW the POST

Time

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Where has time gone, Since last I checked. As a child time seemed to stand still, And days would never end Hours, once rolling slowly like billowing clouds in the sky, Are now like raging waters in a river of time. VIEW the POST

Lines Written at Easter

Lines Written at Easter

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1. I say, let the night come! Let the cold moon cower behind its borrowed brightness - Let its heart be broken Through its raging loneliness, Which only the human soul has known. Let it walk the sky all night, Like a lonely walk down an empty street, Let it know the burden of wounded feet. VIEW the POST

Book

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For: K. T. ~ Thank You!   Tattered pages feather Toward a dimming light; Longing to be touched Just one more time. Time is nascent, VIEW the POST

Experiencing Death

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I wonder what it will be like when I die Will my th

Becoming

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I am like a shadow moving into the dark Concealing what is real; Hiding among the familiar – I boast a sense of ordinary, Making no motion towards progress I self-loath my own apathy. VIEW the POST