Poet’s Corner

Poet’s Corner

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October 16, 2015

  Some Other Era Do you ever find yourself longing for a time you never knew?   Thinking fondly about some other era, wishing you had walked other streets and witnessed other vistas?   I do. There are moments, when some other story draws me away, from my own.   I ramble down an...
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September 1, 2015

Time   I remember when time stood still on long summer days and even cold winter nights.   But not anymore, time no longer lingers.   A day at the beach or a walk through the woods should be enough to silence the hurried hand of time, but they are not.   Time will...
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August 5, 2015

Breezy and Blue     It can be Sunny and warm Damp and overcast Hot and muggy Snowy and cold Breezy and blue   You have written me about the weather; not once, but twice. I had not expected that. Had you?   Did you ever imagine that one day, you and I would...
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July 12, 2015

Off to the City   The noise is constant and measured it grows louder, then muffled by turn. Next stop is called. The breaks slow her down, clump, clumpity, clump. The doors open squeaking screeching, shrieking, off and on they come and go in and out no one sees anyone. Caring her tired and...
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State Route 2     Winding around the lake, mile after mile, I see that she is still here. Were you worried she was gone?   I was too, but apparently she is safe; and dare I say thriving.   It is not just a dream.   They have gathered behind home plate, cheers...
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April 7, 2015

Are you home?   Do you wonder, if you will ever be home? I do, all of the time.   Maybe you are already there, and never have to question, if that is where you belong. I imagine, you may just know.   I envy those of you, who seem to recognize where you...
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March 3, 2015

Running Against the Wind by Bob Seger It seems like yesterday But it was long ago Janey was lovely she was the queen of my nights There in the darkness with the radio playing low And the secrets that we shared The mountains that we moved Caught like a wildfire out of control ‘Til...
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February 2, 2015

Overcast Skies And An Overcast Heart   The air hung heavy in the overcast sky; I walked along the crowded streets, weaving in and out between the nameless faces whose pace I was forced to keep.   Without a particular destination, I put one foot in front of the other, trusting I would find...
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January 1, 2015

There Is Still Time   It is odd how one can become accustomed to the blows The initial strike seems unbearable You are certain the closed fist will be the last thing you feel As you lose your balance Finding your head repeatedly bouncing up and down Against the flat cement floor Whose ice-like...
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December 1, 2014

 Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night by Dylan Thomas   Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light.   Though wise men at their end know dark is right, Because their words had forked...
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