Monthly Archives: January 2016

Lament #415

A long life lived to its fullest in a battle yes, forever the battle lost always murmurs of hope plastered alongside doom that’s right doom shedding light upon moving days where this thing called happiness dwells unnoticed and out of … Continue reading

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There was a man

He was a gentle soul with a slow amble of a walk, more a shuffle than a stride, but a stride it was. He spoke with a certainty of the good fortune bestowed upon him by the fates of powerful … Continue reading

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A writer’s lament: Absent ability (Forgive the alliteration)

Last night, that would make it Monday, Jan. 11, 2016, I tried to write a free-formed poem with a new style that minimized word usage; a poor man’s Hemingway, I suppose. I failed miserably. It was called “I just had … Continue reading

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I just had it

i just had it grasping meaningless sentiment eyes squinting behind glass mirrors long ago sounds ricocheting intensely into heartbreaking ladies men always men pants with names can’t spell but rough on the thighs and legs wish I was better so … Continue reading

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