I remember growing up I thought I’d stay young forever Like Peter Pan in Neverland Because the more things changed, The more they didn’t. But that was a child’s fantasy. Because the more things changed, The more they did. Memories. Like TV time. Rainbows on full display every day at 4 Humming a tune of … Continue reading Memories.
I have died a thousand times On crossroads of poor imagination Some, of my own making Still I’ve been reborn A thousand other times For the crosses have no will They can’t hold me down Like gravity has no strength It cannot keep me bound Unless I lie still Unless I let them.
We pour libation In hope that hope will Spring forth The dawn of our liberation This nation Stands tall on crooked feet Still the cure for our disease Is a road less travelled Or not travelled Yet we pour libation In hope that hope will Spring forth Year after year We circumnavigate the roads Of … Continue reading God bless this nation
When we die Like all men must May we not be a handful of dust Taking its place on the continent’s shelf A son welcome home after a lifetime Journeying on this temporal plane May we have been the life force In Gaia’s vein May she sigh A stream of tears Run down her empty … Continue reading Untitled.
A baby cries The tenth time that morning Inspired by the music of the rumbling in her tummy Her soprano cuts through the air Riding on waves of heat and despair For you see, there is no hope here So she cries On and on till the mother can take no more See, … Continue reading Tell them (why we did it)
It’s the 7th againThe anniversary of painWhen in the heat of emotionWe ignited the flameThough we were warnedWe refused to heedNow, a thousand years laterWe are slaves to our greed. It’s the 7th againThe anniversary of youth When despite all pleas We strayed from truthNow, in aged wisdomAnd with ragged spriteWe curse the yearsWhen we … Continue reading 7th.