Monthly Archives: May 2013

you used to be cheese

when I was a kid you used to be cheese then I grew up and felt your eyes moonlight magnetic   man in the moon— mother earth’s lover I watch you dance the sky for her   fishermen, sailors women flow … Continue reading

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gutter creeks

snow kids are melting laughing, splashing in gutter creeks— two wear rubber boots three sport wet sneakers their popsicle stick floats become speed boats racing to the sweet sewer finish line cascade cheer

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I See Them

“We made a mistake. We did not give him enough of the cooling powder.” “The probe is in place, is it not?” “Yes, but he woke and saw us with the cutting lights, and gave a human scream.” “Will he remember us?” “Perhaps in his human dreams, … Continue reading

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Big Muddy

I want to see the Big Muddy before I die Big Muddy, Big Muddy badlands not so bad buddy I’ll wear my old boots ride a bronc punch cows shoot a Colt   Big Muddy, Big Muddy   vistas from … Continue reading

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wood grains

red rings, wavy bands galaxies of age lines, grains of time— space in wood

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