Monthly Archives: February 2015

A Fowl Affair

(if you are on the archives page, click on continue reading to see this poem in the correct format.) I wonder where my chicken is? I’d surely like to know. Is she perched in the pear tree or fly south … Continue reading

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Today and Tomorrow

(to see this poem in correct format, click on continue reading if you are on the archives page.) You are today. You want everything. You never look back. Unknown lives do not concern you. You seek familiarity when it is … Continue reading

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Seeing the Earth for the First Time

( to see poems in the correct format, click on “continue reading” if you are on the archives page.) Astronauts from space see the earth and thin blue line of our atmosphere and come to realize just how beautiful, astounding, … Continue reading

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Hubris

(to view poetry in correct formatting, if you’re on the archives page, click on continue┬áreading) There is a sickness. An all consuming one. But unfortunately our treatment of the symptoms is only that. For our pride and presumptuousness does not … Continue reading

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