Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Cavalcade of Misery

Life is dripping away on the suburban mile. The cavalcade of misery forms its single file. Ranch houses on the left and two-stories on the right It’s the early morning but it¬†looks like the dead of night Marching off to … Continue reading

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Poems for the Cold

The Pasture Froze Our old milk cow died. She ate some poison berries. “Can we use the meat?” Autumn Has Tipped Blood runs sluggishly through my veins. I hibernate. Autumn has tipped ¬†Hoosier Flats In the Hoosier flats, snow blows … Continue reading

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Random Poetry

At Anchor Undulating waves Roll beneath our boat gently Twist us to and fro Rain is Coming Breezes shake the trees Tousling green leafy heads Foreshadowing rain Dystopian Christmas Fuzzy-mouthed gray existence Churning through dusty cityscapes “They see you when … Continue reading

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