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Emptiness unknown

The universe aches for intelligent life to investigate, but all exists in the darkness of its old soul, emptiness unknown.

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Shout shooting stars!

Slip your cool blue eyes  under blankets of warm skies.   Soften the bruise on your heal  by means of mud caked on the trail.   Shout to fill the black hole in your mouth with shooting stars,   for … Continue reading

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Face-down in the dirt, I taste the timeless worth, inhaling ingredients born of moments both mineral and vegetable speak volumes. A hidden history, unabridged composition, scribed silently under the topsoil of yesterday’s cement, beneath…

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Transposed in space

Night sky       clear           dark    bright         stars    in cold          storage High above    the moon         our lunar           light bulb … Continue reading

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Mineral and vegetable

Face-down in the dirt, I taste the timeless worth, inhaling ingredients born of moments both mineral and vegetable speak volumes. A hidden history, unabridged composition, scribed silently under the topsoil of yesterday’s cement, beneath bedrock of century’s past, down, down, … Continue reading

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