Tag Archives: Gibbons

Sky Raft Wanderer (Poem)

September arrives on western winds, empty raft drifts down stream. ~~~ A fisherman boards the raft hoping to drift boundless under azure skies. Floating on crystalline ripples he see’s 10,000 peaks disappearing into celestial realms magpies darting from shore to … Continue reading

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Cut Up – 5 Chinese poets and poems

I have been thinking of a cut – up piece for a while now. But whenever I have tried to create a cut – up whatever I was writing was always written with the intention of being cut up, and … Continue reading

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Mountain Recluse (Hermitage) (A series of fragments)

The cliff rises out of the dense mist, the summit shadowed by thick clouds, drifting in azure sky. Birds navigate in the heavens, gibbons cry out from boundless forests. Dwelling deep within these rivers and mountains, I journey back to … Continue reading

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Mado

We are distant from Mado but its residents are near. If you seek Mado you will not find it. If you are seeking you are thinking and Mado requires a clear mind. If you are being sought then you shall … Continue reading

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