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An Endless Inferno begotten through the Privation of Spirit

Getting stuck in a rut ain’t nothing to scoff at. It can happen to anyone. To break its hold you may think it is only a matter of shaking things up and doing things differently. If only it could be … Continue reading

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The love of God – By Dante

The love of God, unutterable and perfect, Flows into a pure soul… The way that light rushes into a transparent object. The more love that it finds, the more it gives itself; So that, as we become clear and open, … Continue reading

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What we do in secret sets the rudder

What shall I grow… In my secret garden, No cold can blow… Our love cannot harden. Into the deep… Where One divides in many, We fall asleep… Embodied souls made heavy. To plant the seed… In soil it now must … Continue reading

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A Pearl of the Night

A dream world that shifts from one image into the next Neither connected with logical sequence or pattern Simultaneously changing into becoming and nothingness Breathing in and out at the same time without breath You appeared in the middle of … Continue reading

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The Integrity of Words

Conscience… Is it real or an invention; A cultural machination to keep everyone in line. Imagination… A playground for thinking; Or a break from reality into an evolutionary decline. Free will… A rope around the neck; Loose enough to turn … Continue reading

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An Ode to Orpheus

The life of Orpheus is one that we all must muse upon from time to time. Such magical stories grant us a reprieve from the world of mediocrity and enable our imaginations to soar on high. His music can be … Continue reading

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In my Secret Garden

Recently recorded a very simple yet pleasant melody on my 6 string acoustic guitar and sent it off to my friend Richard Downs; a Nicaraguan-American Violinist and Composer. In turn he spiced it up with a snazzy little tune with … Continue reading

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Let Your Aim Be True

What sights beheld through radiant light Omniscient embrace to hold us tight To reveal the archetype of beauty’s allure With familiar warmth our hearts assure This moment in time with eyes to see Yet vibrating strings stem from eternity An … Continue reading

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Lemon Gin – Last Night’s Sin

The poet spoke in an empty room His yellow tie swirled around his glass of lemon gin The cigarette smoke was thick enough to float on And the walls echoed with last night’s sin The bar an alter with every … Continue reading

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A Trail Of No Return

This poem is about entering the enchanted domain of the faeries. The title was chosen in light of the various times I’ve been tempted to follow the trails that break off from the main path during hikes through the forest. … Continue reading

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