Tag Archives: Truth

IN FREEDOM RELEASE TRUTH

With our freedoms come responsibilities, Ones held dearly by many, however we speak; Yet in holding too tight to our fears and hate We can easily transcend toward unknown harm; And in that journey, towards those we would not be, … Continue reading

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A LOVE FILLED LIFE

Each time we wake, fully alive to our selves, Fully present to others, there comes loves joy. For only in our truthful union, loving moments, When we step beyond our incoherent walls, Will the certainties in a love of life … Continue reading

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THE POETS

From room to hallway the candles passing glare is extinguished. She floats on imprinted dances, but in her fullest shape she is no longer there in the starless night of our blue-black branches. It’s time, we must leave – as … Continue reading

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THE POEM WITHOUT MUSIC

Wherever you are, you will know why I am saying what I say now. Only you alone can understand it, interpret it, my message being very simple: pureness, some life, some truths which are never forgotten; even if life, the … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE STILL GARDENER

What you didn’t suspect was she lives trembling in the air. In a treasury of the day which you scarcely touch. Moments come and go laden with no one to look at them.

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