Monthly Archives: October 2014

‘When the seasons end their brawl’

The leaves will always wither, and down they eventually fall. Descending to mother earth, in heaps of decaying sprawl. At the death of the arbor season the trees will shed them all. In the end Autumn always loses and concedes … Continue reading

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‘Rise above’

In life; the first order of business is to rise above those who cast out deliberate, negative vibes. If your current clan only brings forth contagious clouds of gloom then choose a more positive tribe. Miserable souls determined to fail, … Continue reading

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‘A future of no future’

The event of my mortal demise lies vaguely hidden from afar. Only those who chose their death control which day they are. The rest of us soldier on gingerly Each morning could be our last. Someday to exist only in … Continue reading

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‘Turncoat reality halted’

For every inspiration that goes unfulfilled and each ambition which peters out. Personal success is doomed to fail by the nagging persistence of crippling doubt. The enemy of progress seeks to crush all creative will; and extinguish the burning passion … Continue reading

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‘One thousand steps’

Through howling wind and rain I charge; both torrential and relentless. Across fields of chafe and briar thicket; at war with my adapting senses. Traversing barren desert and swampy savannah bog. An endurance journey to hack through the billowy mire … Continue reading

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‘Sleepin’ late’

Sleeping late…. On the weekend it’s great. Rising early… Hey, that’s not my worry. Going back to bed. Crap. Now I have poetry in my head. What should I do? Quickly jot it down. Later I’ll review.

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‘Photographer’s perch’

I wanted to stop my journey home to photograph the sky’s unnatural hue. Brooding clouds slung low over the horizon threatening a climactic coo. Around each rolling bend would lie another luminescent view. Equally as magnificent as the last one … Continue reading

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