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Dragon Breath River

Left on Thatch Hut, In Departure Those poet recluses in ancient seclusion, it’s a whim beyond human space. Sail up to those immortal headwaters, verse runs free among maiden hair trees. Even leaves of duckweed can drift together again but … Continue reading

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Jazz (A series of poems)

The wordless transmission between the artist and the audience. ~~~ Drifting aimlessly from the record player, the sounds of the improvising   musician. Scuffs, scratches and scrapes, where is he going with this?   In the inferno of disquiet faintly … Continue reading

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Where Dragons Dwell

Where the highest peaks of earth pierce heavens boundless veil   is where dragons dwell. With mist rising, deepening   and the sky darkening, the dragon’s roar echoes loudly   reverberating through the rivers and mountains. Bolts of energy   … Continue reading

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