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Tag: poetry

How Fortunate

eternal spring, originally uploaded by elefanterosado. how fortunate are you and i whose home is timelessness we who have wandered down from fragrant mountains of eternal now to frolic in the mysteries of birth and death a day or maybe less e.e. cummings *** One of these days, when I’m not feeling so sick and […]

Ode To Spring

Ode To Spring, originally uploaded by elefanterosado. If there were water And no rock If there were rock And also water And water A spring A pool among the rock If there were the sound of water only Not the cicada And dry grass singing But sound of water over a rock Where the hermit-thrush […]

The Dream

Azule Sky, originally uploaded by elefanterosado. It lies there beneath your eyelids just before you wake. You dream constantly that you will come back to this place where the sky is bigger than your own heart which yearns for it. The road which stretches for hundreds of miles through sand and clouds and desert heat. […]

Waiting for the Inevitable

Medicine, originally uploaded by DonnaGrayson. I am waiting For the inevitable For the icy cold winds To descend upon my head And wend their way Into the dark recesses Of bones Leached of elasticity Ice cold too the creeping dark Night that seeks Its way insidiously Over the blood red horizon. Cold too my heart […]