Monthly Archives: August 2014

Rainbows on the street

When we were asleep it rained On the streets like fine sawdust. The passing cars have sneezed Grease bubbles in rain puddles. Feet in rolled trousers take care You don’t tread on our rainbows. They are wistful and fragmentary Besides … Continue reading

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Berries

On the hills the berries would appear, Time for you kids to bleed your palms. They were yesterday’s moon-flowers Their milk spilling like soft moonlight Lightly sour but fragrance to memory. Beware, terror thorns bleed for real. Let it be … Continue reading

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Velvet transience

The year’s first rains would force out The red velvet mites from the earth. We loved to feel their velvety backs With our kid fingers and keep them In finely labelled match box houses. We tried to side-step velvet hordes … Continue reading

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