How can you confine your love to just one person? I am screaming with the passion of a wronged lover. How can you call that love! Do I remind myself, or counsel another? In this dream, do I call out to every conflicted lover who shields her eyes from nature in the name of constancy? [...]
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Edge of sand and sea I am bridged to every end of the earth. Evening cool sweeping across brings curls of woodfire smoke, evokes recognition of something, at the tip of my heart’s tongue . . . (timelessness.)
I can describe the emptiness of you She appears in a saffron summer dress eats grapes and green things But I don’t see her only the absence that is created the white space serves to give the faintest impression of an outline Fullness shrinks, and dissipates I bring hope and possibility with circles in the [...]
It is a luxury to walk outside and be in the woods. The silent mass of the woods – the few cars that do pass are quiet electric, almost. Two inches, so far, add a softness to the ever-pockmarked Albany streets. A traffic light changing over may be admired for its perserverence in increasing solitude.
A sparrow nestles in my hair. The brambly stock provides good cover, but pert feathers peek over the edge. I feel them fan and brush. Snip snip to Tickle and tug to Trim and pluck to bring a little order to my unkempt crown. Her tiny beak makes a quilt of the thatch with the [...]