Monthly Archives: August 2018

Senryu

I sway to the house brown and seventeen again— My hips rock the world

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Sitting Too Close to the Flowers

Leaves of morning glory flutter their shade at me blocking the protection of melanin I seek. I look up for the Sun for its exact trajectory in the August sky but see instead sheens of dancing some-kind-of-willow like bright fresh … Continue reading

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August

Loose in hip and mind I wander in the gardens a gigantic bee visiting flower and leaf seeking the astonishment of fruits where there were none even in the dimness of yesterday’s dusk. Indoors I settle to nothing neither book … Continue reading

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Summer Senryu

Just one fear remains: Not fixing this day in words, losing its beauty.

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Love Poem

Coming from a bay of blood and wet grey moss hands tight together for healing for world making Neither one knew the roads would knit so far so long so new Strained and thinned to the faint glimmer rounding the … Continue reading

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