Monthly Archives: June 2014

Garden

Garden is a fragrance remembered, Soft grass crawling with slow snail, Birds singing of changing the world While I was at the computer trying To change it before the cuckoo did. Garden is a wood tree standing erect As if … Continue reading

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Lake

The lake was different by rusty sluice gates And shore trees steadfast and light waving And we sat on the parapet with hair flying And a photograph made the day with lake In a frame of time in space, in … Continue reading

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The pipal tree

The pipal tree mimics sea In dealing with a sea wind, The way it passes its hair So unlike in standing rice’s Stalks bending in humility. Pipal sings sheeted music Reading from lowered eyes When a whole world sleeps Its … Continue reading

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Rain things

Rain sleeps in dreams diffused For want of electricity in wires. Wires are emptied of electricity Due to rain itself , rain’s worms, Travelling on private rain tracks In royal finery, pearls and all. Only sun makes private pearls But … Continue reading

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Fallen moons

Write if you must, if your yard overgrows , And a vegetable crawls in pumpkins on ground Its flowers turn yellow moons on the earth. They are word and melody of a poet’s letter. Their flowers are moons fallen to … Continue reading

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