Monthly Archives: November 2016

Mythical moon

We would reach the edge of lake A lake dug for love for a princess Overnight by moony royal orders. It was myth with cock’s early call Before a night ended, so princess Could not wed impossible digger. It is … Continue reading

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Bramble

A rich green bramble rises alongside Royal cenotaphs into competing sky, Not that high but what a wind allows. Wind controls mills in sky and below. The bramble thinks it controls a wind Over royal dead under the cenotaphs. The royal dead … Continue reading

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Grass dames

Excuse me ,we are short of iambs At feet, lost to vast empty spaces. Nearer a home our Frost’s scythe Mows spiked grass in wood frame. Dames with grass on their heads Rise all the way to the hill’s grass … Continue reading

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Sun in the mountains

  We love the sun in the mountains. We pray to him below moustache. We get copper coins on our skins, Emblems that are his tiny tattoos. His morning’s light is soft delight. His mountain gold is poet’s love. Adult … Continue reading

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Mango season is over

We can pelt no stones at mangoes now But can eat stones off their sweet pulp. Our eaten stones sprout tender leaves From a stinking garbage, home to pigs. They will grow big and host the cuckoo As the branches rub … Continue reading

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