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Poetry of life

Ashes to ashes

A message to all you 'lonely' singles... Marriage ain't what it's cracked up to be. The other week my wife popped up out of nowhere with 'When you die, I will mix your ashes with your dog Bubba'. (I thought, gee, you are doing me such a big favor! just what I want to hear.… Continue reading Ashes to ashes

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Love poetry


her relationship with common man was simpatico; resting together like butterflies upon flowers in a field of dreams fluttering their wings in the morning sun. her power usurped by its own femininity was that simple. in strict manner of ipso facto 'the secret of life became no more than living it'. yet, she unwittingly lived… Continue reading Simpatico

Poetry of life

Woman by my Side

Oh woman oh woman by my side what makes ye so unlike me? so sweet so sour so soothing so demanding so full of emotion so in need of understanding yearning for that something from me which cannot be owned by neither of us you are strong you are weak so it goes with me… Continue reading Woman by my Side

Poetry of life

I Promise I will Find You once Again

They say when you die you forget the previous life including those you've loved each lifetime before that one and before the one before that but please hear my eternal vow (from my soul to yours) 'I Promise I will Find You once Again' I swear even though our memories of each other will be erased clean like… Continue reading I Promise I will Find You once Again

Poetry of life

From Whence He Came

This man, from whence he came didn't tell you his name nor divulge his history. but, you didn't think to ask him something about himself. he wouldn't have told you much, though. so, you did the right thing. but, you do wonder about that because his photos are not there anymore. they all got burnt up maybe scattered… Continue reading From Whence He Came