Category Archives: My Poetry & Fiction

Caveat: Poem #886

day follows on the night unburdening its chill reflections across outstretched mountains among rose-stained frozen fields touching the steam-breathing horses fingering the snow-gloved, clutching trees

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Caveat: Poem #885

a slice of dead snow birds lurk in branches, gazing a doom of stillness

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Caveat: Poem #884

A pale, flesh-toned earth… Adam’s discarded remains… dessicated clay

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Caveat: Poem #883

The desert dwells, gold, among bleached stones and dark shrubs – the people zoom by.

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Caveat: Poem #882

white stone and cactus a stream sparse with clear water the leaning sun’s gaze

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Caveat: Poem #881

See, I went to bed rather early. So I woke up at five thirty. My dad has only decaf. I stepped outside and walked. There’s a donut store. I got coffee. The sky: clear. Crows talked. Dawn.

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Caveat: Poem #880

the wind will go on and leaves will struggle, strong, and the wind will go on

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Caveat: Poem #879

attachments arise to random machinery and they feel like friends

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Caveat: Poem #878

How can smart people believe such unlikely things? I prefer walking.

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Caveat: Poem #877

The story is a fairly good one – although somewhat implausible, since supposedly the guy was some god made human, with dad and son mixed; anyway, the tale makes wild claims about grace.

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Caveat: Poem #876

a predawn chorus: roosters assaulting the air filling the desert

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Caveat: Poem #875

just a few cookies out in the patio sun where a child orbits

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Caveat: Poem #874

a token of mind fragments of meditation filigreed like clouds

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Caveat: Poem #873

A few words gathered and presented to the dawn who yawns, disdainful.

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Caveat: Poem #872

A breaking, cold dawn edges forward, gently helps inspire joy, kindness.

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Caveat: Poem #871

In Oklahoma the black cows graze the red fields held down by the sky.

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Caveat: Poem #870

People believe things that appear in front of them… for example: sky.

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Caveat: Poem #869

the fogged sun rises a pond swallows the bare trees and cows malinger.

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Caveat: Poem #868

a man-made desert made of asphalt and dead grass… a small bird finds seeds.

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Caveat: Poem #867

old music reveals human minds’ complexities and time just passes

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