Monthly Archives: September 2013

Sonnet to Mourn the Demise of our Legislative Branch

Remember elections when we believed Whomever we chose went to Washington Aware we expected them to be brave To talk to each other when work needs done Each to respect others’ elected voice Believe those feel as clearly as they … Continue reading

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Sonnet to our inner prophets

I do not believe John’s Revelation Projects a lit’ral future time at all. I never thought Nostradamus’ notions Were prophecy, though many he’d enthrall. I do believe th’undaunted human spirit Is more than capable of knowing truth; Though not from any … Continue reading

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September 1st

September today. Summer lightly slips away Into morning fog

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