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diction and dictation rock to sleep a world with little love for star-speckled elegance. i hear you, constellation – your song sounds of soft lace, brilliance everlasting, and time-proof. she has been and always will be. there was no beginning, […]

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diction and dictation rock to sleep a world with little love for star-speckled elegance. i hear you, constellation – your song sounds of soft lace, brilliance everlasting, and time-proof. she has been and always will be. there was no beginning, […]

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Groundwork

my back flat to this mat every vertebra tense, and hastened. hands enclose around my neck and for some reason, I think of childhood and become angry. I snap my hands and my opponent sails - surprised.   I sit

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Love? Those thirsty lost lovers Wander the desert of the human heart Drinking at sand And shouting sonnets to thieves.   I’ll pass.   (Feature photo by Larry Luxner: Brazil: Young lovers at a cafe in downtown Curitiba,

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Marlboro Kids

We are modern day peddlers,   the Renaissance women.   - Except our paintbrushes look like cigarettes;   Instead of guitars, we rock the babies of underage pregnancies.   An entire generation,   underestimated,   over stimulated,   - and wrong.     We are modern day

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Mr. Bob

My next-door neighbor’s fish pond - home to shrieking nighttime amphibians.  I’m a vegetarian - but I’d consider a frog leg dinner…   …those entrees keep me

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