Category Archives: Poetry

Men on Silver Stallions

Battling ideas of their minds Of life’s competition and slight of hand Settling differences with physical jest But still haven’t killed the disease that infests Is it for sport we cavort? Or always testing the strength for superiority? In some … Continue reading

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Escape

Towering over a bad reading I feel I’m cut and may be bleeding Taking the low road instead of the high It seems I still make it while I get by The words still echo and rhyme Even as I … Continue reading

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Agent Orange

I chose an agent orange color To assist me thru my day Since it is London-raining Upon my life of play I didn’t want to discuss it The way I can’t forecast Every single raindrop And so I run real … Continue reading

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Nappy

My cupboard is a bush My closet is the woods My property is a public park My safe is a suitcase My bike rack is a tree But all of these realities Shall come to pass, my beauties As I … Continue reading

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