Tag Archives: Words

An Update.

I haven’t said anything for a long time. Truthfully, I haven’t been writing much. I’ve stopped writing poetry. I probably won’t start again. I have my reasons. I might detail them one day. If I care enough. But I had … Continue reading

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Night, Ox, Bramble Gate and a Fox

Self lost in smoke trails from the flickering wick. A clattering ox kindly returns it to me. Still yet to mark that hidden door, I let the light go. The broken plow can wait till morning. ~~~ In the nights … Continue reading

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Thousand Paper Cranes

Idle drift in mulberry beams, paper lanterns shine down on ink pots empty and cracked, wooden floor mangled in ink. Paper crumples strewn in corners vast, rendered strips hang from a bureau. Jade and azure robes slumber, face planted in … 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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Musings

In between ideas, drafts and re-drafting I’ve been thinking about my writing and were its been lately. And lately I’ve been mixing poetry and prose. And I like it. It’s fun for starters (the most important thing) and prose lets … Continue reading

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Liebster Blog Award

I’ve been nominated for a blogging award by fourwindowspress (http://fourwindowspress.wordpress.com/) and Ben Naga (bennaga.wordpress.com). Both those links are pretty great and you probably should click them some time. Liebster is a German word meaning dearest, and the award is given … Continue reading

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Julio Cortazar and his insect audience (2nd Set) (Poems)

Flowers appointment missed hoverfly busy reading Cortazar No longer panning for sap leafhoppers feet trace Cortazars words Cortazars prose hoverfly savours a different nectar Maze of branches and leaves left behind for a maze of words and sentences leafhopper lost … Continue reading

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Julio Cortazar and his insect audience (Poems)

Leafhopper leaping from leaf to page just to glance at Cortazars words Hoverfly resting on pages edge entranced by Hopscotch rhythms Leafen launchpads leafhopper bounding from viridian thicket to read Cortazars prose Black and yellow darting over Cortazars words Cortazars … Continue reading

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Rooms (Set 3) (Mansion)

Infinite It starts with the opening of one door, leading too another door. And then another door. And it just keeps on going. Door after door after door. The doors are of different colours, shades and materials. As you advance … Continue reading

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The City of Lise

A city can be built of many things. Stone, wood, concrete, steel and many other types of materials. The city of Lise is constructed of words. All of its infrastructure and buildings, they have all been built with words. The … Continue reading

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