Monthly Archives: September 2017
It had been a long summer. Training had been hard as had been the running of relentless races, but I was improving and I could see me getting closer to Abebe at the end. He had done well this year, … Continue reading
Today is National Poetry Day And we are blessed In a confused and conflicting presence We have a thought A thought that times will get better The thought that if we care Others will care The world will heal We … Continue reading
a charm of goldfinches graze the troubled waters, under bridges reflecting the tiger stripes above; the fall. missing the wadding of boots, not hearing the sound of war, as it marks for life the mind of those who it … Continue reading
I see it in the twilight, I hear it soothe with song attuned to diminishing perception, a perfect illusion of voluptuous pain, singing around me before the night: after my eyes are veiled, when I’m alone with you.