Tag Archives: Mountains

Unfurling (Poems)

The 10,000 things unfurl, unfurling unfurling still unfurling evermore ~~~ In wide open azure radiance 10,000 rainbows unfurl, unfurl Tattered shroud shows only eyes sense of anonymity unfurls, and unfurls Darkness over azure unfurls, unfurls Staircase lost in time unfurls, … Continue reading

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For Wowzers (Distance and Longings) (Poems)

Two lost kites drift through night tide. The moon shines on both of them. ~~~ When our smiles last glanced pathways where layered in August carpets. Now the winter snow has fallen the world blanketed in incandescent stillness. I see … Continue reading

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Sky Raft (Hermitage) (Poems and Fragments) (Set II)

Derailed mind in need of calm and respite against the Sky Rafts ongoing collapse amidst rot, infighting and jungle intrusions. I left to the mountain peaks and deep forests, unable to return to a normal life. A clearing overlooked the … Continue reading

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Thunder Bird

The world is a vapid waste land. Barren and lifeless, deserts cover much of its surface, devoid of vegetation and life. Volcano’s rage constantly spewing forth magma and noxious gases. The magma scars the landscape while the fumes poison the … Continue reading

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Skilpadde and a City

The sight of Skilpadde in a city is gloriously surreal. In the vast concrete jungle of glass, steel and girders the residents of the metropolis see a colossal turtle rounding a street corner. Firstly its head pokes out past a … Continue reading

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Skilpadde

The village that goes by the name of Skilpadde experiences changes in weather. These changing weather patterns occur more regularly in Skilpadde as opposed to other villages. During the course of a few weeks Skilpadde can experience tropical weather then … 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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Moth

In the darkness of the Eastern regions there is a moth. This moth is massive in size. Its exact dimensions are not known but its wings span thousands of miles across. As it flies through the night sky its vast … 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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The City of Trout Fishing In America

The city formerly known as Joyce did not like its previous appearance. Its classical architecture frustrated Joyce’s residents on a spectacular level. The modern part of the city annoyed Joyce’s residents also, so they hated that as well. They even … Continue reading

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