Tag Archives: Poetry

Listen To The Voices Behind The Wall

  When I stood in front of The Vietnam Memorial in D.C., I wept. When I saw the endless sea of white crosses in Arlington Cemetery, I cried again. I saw the face of bravery and patriotism. It is ethnically … Continue reading

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Georgia Weather

Georgia got so cold that her pansies couldn’t grow… But her warm Helleborus melted the snow. She grew a lush carpet while the moon watched overnight…. And the Amazon lily leaned toward her light. She bakes, freezes and turns fog … Continue reading

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Behind The Fog Is Reality

September Sun Reality pierces the heart like the September sun burns through the morning fog. A painful shaft but for an instant, that turns into a flood of warmth, penetrating the dampness, coloring the grey, golden, And revealing not only … Continue reading

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Cruisin’ the Town, Lookin’ for a Light

Leave it up to Mick and the boys – they do have a way with words. But they are right you know – we do spend an inordinate amount of time looking for and struggling to acquire what we think … Continue reading

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