Monthly Archives: June 2014

A flurry of wind…


Collapse the mirrors of your soul walk through the valley and inhale… Recite the numbers in your head walk through the pastures, but wait… A wind flurry is stirring ahead feel nature at its best recite the numbers out loud – one, two, three-     I’ve found a gust of wind caressing my skin […]

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For future Remembrance


The wind, as time, does not pause nor the sky or the stars As summer falls to autumn you travel through chapters, through life For future remembrance think not of what challenges come your way, in the pebbles in your path in the troubles of the past but Think of the victories, and ponder on […]

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the ode of henry


Originally posted on conceptual wanderings:
Have you ever noticed that birds enjoy the morning? They sing as the run rises and fly about catching worms and other small insects they can take back to their nest to feed their young. Even on my morning runs, they are flying about from one place to another, grabbing…

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The singing tattoo


  The verses tattooed on your soul captive in your piercing gaze let them be let them free let them fly let them soar The song of your life a prisoner of the war -the turmoil boiling in you- let it breathe let it sing let it perform let it live -MP

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A classic poem takes a new (musical) flight


A dear friend of mine, who shall remain in anonymity, once showed me e.e. cummings’ i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart). As clichéd as it sounds, I loved it. In the course of this past semester, I enrolled in a composition class. In this class put my big boy pants, and […]

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(un)Resolved Tension


  “Secrecy is the ultimate form of tension. A writer should hide the essence of his or her work. In doing so, the reader can fight in finding their own truth about the authors legacy. It is only that way that the author can reach literacy immortality.” -Musical Poetry

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