Monthly Archives: June 2015

Another

DECODED Don’t talk to me. We have no more to say. Turning your back means showing me your bum. It’s tight and pert. Once you could make me come raising an eyebrow, but you stalked away and I recovered, mostly. … Continue reading

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Yes more of the damn things

CODED I cannot read a glance coded and fleet She cannot see my eyes behind dark glass. First time as tragedy, the next as farce. Love never dies. It’s all rinse and repeat. Rain washed our kissing tango in the … Continue reading

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Oh dear, poems about love. Again

CODA So out of love we do not even speak Every few minutes one might steal a glance. A year no word or touch. And now by chance Sitting some yards apart. Our stares are bleak As winter tundra nothing … Continue reading

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Another

LAST Worst agony, dementia, have an end. They breathe out at the end, a pleasing sigh. It’s right we’re glad when friends attended die that gladness is our duty as their friend. Not that they’ve gone to some transcendent place … Continue reading

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Another of this sequence

GOOD DEATH So very tired of wanting to let go Not ready yet for there’s a final word voicing some thought that has not yet occurred. These are the last four walls you’ll ever know. With luck you float beyond … Continue reading

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My poem for world refugee day

HOMELESS Home is the place you do not get to stay. Sea rushes in or harsh men with large knives take home away and leave you with your lives. Time robs us all and time can be one day. You … Continue reading

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This is particular, but also general

FOR A PREGNANT FRIEND MOURNING White from no sun no blood the wasted hand lifted from bed and helped to one last touch. It is so little and it is so much, We think we hope that he could understand … Continue reading

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