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haiku

lightning in the distance the feeling of a poem clearing the table

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Sometimes you need to lose things

Sometimes you need to lose things — a security camera hangs in the corner

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…before counting sheep…

little god knelt at his bed before counting sheep

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The Poet

Mitch’s friend Bob felt sorry for him at the bar, even a little embarrassed for him when he spent $40 on a massage from a 20-year-old. It didn’t get any better when Bob questioned him. Mitch said it was the … Continue reading

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…has thrown His keys into the burning bush…

Our dinner guest has thrown His keys into the burning bush again God shrugged No one saw

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Poem: Another Angel

I am a ship to the moment. Say this with me: You are a king in front of a king, and we are living, in part, in a former kingdom. And still, someone isn’t calling. Has anyone been blessed? The … Continue reading

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Bullfrogs on Your Mind

In Your Eye (in  flux  mind) Like the idea of a fly overhead in a frog just before it springs to life: the fluttering sound of an eyelid. A frozen rabbit; in flux; thanks to; a fox; out of the; … Continue reading

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