Poems About Nothing so many poems go on and on about… nothing so many poems about fall’s tapestry and war, about blood’s blame, about the human act to hate commingling with love. more poems about the willow’s wisp, the aspen’s golden shower, the maple’s scarlet leavings all add up to an airy white puff from …

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Fire Falling Multidisciplinary dysgraphic artist, poet, dishwasher, cook, cognitive dissident disallowing dog walkers and lovers from enjoying the simple act of stepping forward into love. The wag of a tail, the blush, the lick and kiss from a dog and his misappropriated ADHD multidisciplinary-poet -artist-dishwasher-cook’s imagination set to set you on fire with the simple …

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Before Leda was Greek, She was Irish The history of love started with pigtails, freckles and green eyes. Before man’s concern with the tragedy of clocks, down comforters and four hundred thread count sheets of Egyptian cotton dyed straw yellow. Before sky had the name blue, before chemistry, before, before… Love shamelessly danced naked on …

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Speechless Words need to be said yet since birth I have had a dog’s collar wound tight around my neck, choking each syllable into a cough, sigh or gasp unable to say the word – love. Thus my churning intestines are tightly bound round, twisting my innards out, where there were no words, only sighs, …

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