Tag Archives: Bones

Skeletons (Poems)

Moonlight clearing skeletons dance around the fire Cloud of dust trails wraithen cowboys Restless skeleton emerges every twilight to look at the stars In the haze of back streets skeleton idly strums a guitar Ashen hands tracing letters on tombstone … Continue reading

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Ivory Forest (Poem and Fragment)

The elephant stumbles, falls to the ground, as its last breaths drift into oblivion. Its skin cracks, flesh slips from the bone, the skeleton fades to dust, ivory tusks sink into the ground. The rain comes, awakening the ivory which … Continue reading

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Friday Night

It starts every friday night. It emerges from the dusty side streets, rising and fading, dancing between the waves of night tide particles, prefect music from a concealed faraway deep within the villages side streets and alley ways, basements and … Continue reading

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Village (Fragment)

Located deep within the great plain, it flickers on the horizon. Surrounded by scrub land and sage bushes, its outskirts are dotted with graves. Some shallow with make shift crosses, others in yards with weathered head stones. All of the … Continue reading

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Car Journey and Aftermath

Driving along the mountain road the motorist tries to maintain a steady speed. But the route is treacherous and the mud makes it hard keep a constant speed and to maintain grip. The driver struggles to keep the car on … Continue reading

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The City of Ikue

Ways of remembering ones dead are many and varied. The dead have been buried, cremated and immortalized in statue and monument. For the city of Ikue none of these were enough. Ikue needed a much more grand, and majestic way … Continue reading

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