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Wrong way on a dead end street

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Sharp as a tack, I painfully misstep. Eagerly  ready to fail at a moment’s notice, the gun signs and I false start at the line. Cool clear-headedness  leaves me frostbitten, sanity steams off  my…

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May I introduce…

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
May I introduce… the hammer to the nail the pesticides to the garden snail the sunflower seeds to the disheveled salad the soft breeze to some hardened face the basement to an attic space…

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The half-life of poems

Metaphors shed new light on life, they restore vibrant colors dulled by dust, adding depth to our frame of reference. Poets are knee-jerk puppets at the strings of their words, ventriloquist voices thrown to embody any emotion. The finesse of progress … Continue reading

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The biggest irony

The biggest irony lies beneath our feet in duff, dirt & rotten wood – microscopic bacteria feeding off the demise of giants.

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Positively thirsty

Trust me, if the glass was half full it would be empty by now, I’m that thirsty for positive energy.

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Keep your chin up

Life has us over a barrel, splintering apart down Niagara Falls, just so we can hit rock bottom & know what it   means to keep our chin up.

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Flipping perception

All is perception, your brain flips the picture, so it’s possible you’re living dreams & sleeping thru reality.

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