Tag Archives: Richard Brautigan

Japanese Hair

The fall wind picks up muddled piles of foliage and explodes them into a great and glorious autumn combustion rainbow. In a faraway land, a train of ocean black japanese ocean black hair picks up cherry blossoms from the trackside … Continue reading

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Where do the lost poems go?

They take leave through open windows on paper rafts and day-dream passages. They meander through a haze of jumbled letters and words shunted in and out of space. But after that, where do the lost poems go? Do they await … Continue reading

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Candles (Poems)

Tiny lions leaping from candle to candle Melting wax the formation of new worlds Wax trails candle light migration through the beach head Candle alight crimson ghost sprung from the underworld blazing wraith dancing on a blackened wick sudden draft … Continue reading

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Trout (Poems)

Rainbow flares shine in clear water Hovering midge dragged below the surface Mr Brautigans book terrifies trout Moon reflected on rainbow scales Maze of hooks and line deftly navigated Sunken car wrapped in lingering streaks of rainbow A last second … Continue reading

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Jumping Spider (Poems)

Jumping spider helped outside turns and waves goodbye Shook hands with jumping spider wordless transmission Firefly glow reflected in jumping spider eyes ~~~ If you were to wander into a garden bathed in sunlight with blooming pin wheel flowers feeling … Continue reading

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Pumpkin (Fragment and 2 Poems)

Dark storm clouds roll over the desert stealing it away from the blue sky. Covering the desert, approaching critical mass they release their contents, which tumble through the sky to the sand below. A torrent of orange fills the air, … Continue reading

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Catfish (Poem, Two Fragments)

Note: The first piece will appear both in poem and fragment format. They will both consist of the same content. Poem The winds gentle gusts cause leaves and petals to flutter down onto the water’s surface   fragmenting the creeks … 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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Trout Fishing In America

Those four words in that particular order might be my favourite in the English language. They don’t describe anything really exciting. Many people go trout fishing and many people do it in America. However, once you’ve read the book of … Continue reading

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God (But not as you know it)

The nature of God has been discussed and debated for eons. He/she/it has had many forms, many different characteristics and has had its existence defended, doubted and denied. Well, a God does exist, but not as we know it. God … Continue reading

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