Daily Archives: July 22, 2013

Enduring lexicon

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Cover the earth with your lexicon of words, scatter them like ink black feathers falling from ravens, carve your message deep in the enduring woods and collect vagrant cones, needles and moss to compose…

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Bottomless emotions

Poets are deep, bottomless wellsprings of emotion, trapping darkness in ink to free lightness of being.

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Rings around the rosie day

Sunlight fades, faint glow remains, trace rings around the rosie day, locomotion lines streak across the sky, as the earth spins full tilt on its side, edging over into the black abyss, a glimpse of Saturn at our doorstep.

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