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FRAGMENTS OF HER WORDS

The lost fragments of her words Find ways to speak beyond time Moving those who see and hear Towards their searching souls. In hearing and seeing without, Within becomes a turmoil in the Unknown pull towards something, Found only in … Continue reading

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THE EMERGING POET

Your honour and care betray a soul twisting, Unresolved, still seeking – the poets curse! Your power with words of many languages Shows your joy of words – the poets love!  

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POET!

Poet! Do not care too much for peoples love. Glowing praise is but a momentary noise; Which foolish judges and cold crowds speak of, But please remain firm, calm with deep poise.

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EVERY TIME I THINK OF A THING, I BETRAY HER

Every time I think of a thing, I betray her. Just having a thing before me I must think of her. Not thinking, but seeing, Not with a thought, but with the eyes. A thing that is visible exists to … Continue reading

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AWAKE IN HER LOVE

You will wake one day and find that the weary ways are gone, replaced by the growing needs to at once embrace the unheard! In the silent wonder of her ways nothing lies beyond except us, who fail to acknowledge … Continue reading

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