Monthly Archives: September 2012

More disbelief

(This poem is not my best, by any stretch, but it says what I want it to say.  It concerns my confiding in a wound care nurse, well-known to me, the nature of Morgellon’s Syndrome.  She, like all before her, … Continue reading

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The Little Things

A small drop of water And a small ray of sun Together make rainbows When rainstorms are done. A cupful of grass seed And the products of cows Together make lawns On all sides of the house. A breeze from … Continue reading

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The journey is the goal

The journey is the goal (This poem is dedicated to my friend, Darreby, who has taught me to live first, and then reach for goals.) If life is made of goals to meet And some to fail at meeting; Perhaps … Continue reading

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Vocabulary

Of words I know so many, each in turn A symbol of the deeper root below; And more each day I hear them and I learn To comprehend each definition, so To find a method to use every term In … Continue reading

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For lack of sleep — a limerick

I know I am finally sane, And needn’t go crazy again; Except, when I’m cracking, From sleep I am lacking, I find I can’t handle the strain. My hallucinations are bad, When too little slumber I’ve had. I’ve spiders transparent, … Continue reading

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Sonnet for a cool autumn day

Today was the very first day for me To need a jacket, slacks and some sleeves So as not to freeze when I went to be Sitting in a brisk northwesterly breeze The wind blows my hair as I lift … Continue reading

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Starstuff

When came the great big bang, our cosmos grew From nothing to the wonders we can see, And more, beyond our tiny point-of-view For we sense space/time spreads, eternally Physics tells us we came from the stars From dying giants … Continue reading

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