Category Archive: poem

Yet another non-profound saying

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  Seek what you cannot perceive, strive to learn what you cannot know. For the spark of knowledge to ignite, curiosity must grow. — Joelle LeGendre

Ballade

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I reach for a thought that melts away …snow falling outside a sliding glass door …children playing in white too bright for my mind.  Only shadows remain. She looks into my camera, her… Continue reading

Twisted

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Once, I wrote poetry, the black cat part of me. Once, I flew on airplanes, until they gave me migraines. Once upon a time I believed in ever after but no prince proved… Continue reading

An insomniacs poem

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The turmoil of a mind refuses to stop talking at me.   Drift away…drift away…feel your toes relaxing, your legs, your hips, your arms… Darkness….peace…almost there. My mind bounces off a celestial trampoline that… Continue reading

Words to caress #poetry

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  Poetry has to fill me with the song of a forgotten love, a warm scent of ocean, his long goodbye.   Poetry has to touch me, opening a gateway into moments when… Continue reading

Today

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Today What is today? I wish to live. What is life? Have I conquered? What am I fighting? Have I prevailed? No body, no life. Why do we strive to achieve? For after… Continue reading

Fractionals

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  Do stars mirror infinity? Fractions or fractals creating a never-ending image? You are here…or are you?     Do I exist for a second of time in one universe, an eon in another… Continue reading

Lately, in my dreams

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I live the nightmares dense with reality. On the computer,              but my fingers cannot touch the keys. Trying to read the screen          … Continue reading

Stand

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We stand, looking outward to define our place in life. Begin your journey inside. . Who am I? What do I stand for? We cannot expect to find the “we” with others until we… Continue reading

Patterns

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Poetry form:  Sort of and then none POETIC EVOLUTION TREE OF LIFE I do not care about poetic forms, structuring my thoughts, molding my words inside patterns, forcing them into corsets and calling… Continue reading