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One Note

Keeping time with your breathing as our bones shake and our eyes close. Your wings your heart strings your flight and the way we hold fast to each other. The ivory keys were once tusks, mammoth and only a memory … Continue reading

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Remade

“Remade”                                 June 12, 1984 Take a look at me with the bats in my backyard and the spider webs on my wings, I am … Continue reading

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The Absence Of Nectar

When the storm clouds roll in, whip the sea into a frenzy I will know it from my perch up on the mountain. The hummingbird is tossed by currents smaller than the wingspan of solitude, slower than the heartbeat of … Continue reading

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Mein Kampf!

Nearly all the teeth are gone, some coveted for their gold, others yellowed with age & still attached to jaw bones, residing in mouths that no longer speak or pray or scream. Those were the lucky ones. They became too … Continue reading

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Back In Under

The repetition of screeching to a halt but slamming into old familiar walls. I keep searching beyond curtains and grey matter, wading through muck and marrow, colliding with mammals whose mouths are ribbon striped dusty caverns, exquisitely shaped by wind … Continue reading

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