In neglect

In neglect

16 March 2017

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I walk streets

A ghost of myself

Where windows

Show me doors

A wind that gathers me scoops

Jumping through the hoops

 

Together

A word to reflect

Each other

Point hither

In circles we retrospect

One for another

 

Shoot me years

Like a wishing star

Bind me scar

In neglect

Decorate me Blue tattoo

On your who is who

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Party Girl – Michelle Gurevich

Friday Night – Michelle Gurevich

To Be with Others – Michelle Gurevich

Rebuilding Gaia

Rebuilding Gaia

2 February 2017

 

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Shun me not

Everlasting light

Let the night

Seep so slight

From my fingertips delight

Purple twined my pot

 

We forgot

Meanings of the stems

All problems

Unstitched hems

Withered in the night the gems

We thought we begot

 

We were lost

Yearning for the void

Hearts avoid

Breath buoyed

By true love’s special steroid

Retrieving outpost

 

We are back

Spun out of axis

Fire praxis

Relaxes

Venus showed the hair flax is

We are back on track

 

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We talk stakes

Old discourse rewind

Not unkind

We remind

Freedom never undermined

As the mind awakes

 

We drive cast

The what and the who

Neglect shoo

Bee to woo

Our kingdom twined into two

Forgotten the past

 

None to blame

All thunder to hush

Forward rush

Bride did blush

Lightning’s strike King with a brush

Dawn undid the shame

 

Messiah

Holy messenger

Light bringer

Bow stringer

Now only thought to linger

Rebuilding Gaia

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Everlasting Light – Mono

Pure as Snow – Mono

Yearning – Mono

Moonlight – Mono

Nostalgia – Mono

Requiem for Hell – Mono

Lost Snow – Mono

Follow the Map – Mono

The Battle to Heaven – Mono

Dream Odyssey – Mono

 

Inside there is a soft glow

Inside there is a soft glow

15 December 2016

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The ship sails

The fallen sea wails

Burnt willows

My pillows

Embers flushing on my cheek

Glistening tears of meek

 

Resurrect

The Enchanted Times

Through my rhymes

Stand erect

Shaking off dust of neglect

Under the new moon

 

Silver trails

Hovering within

Of stardust

Of falling light

Of remnants of the lost might

Earthen reckonings

 

Wing that sings

Over the rooftops

Night kissed flight

Day dream bright

The feathers a path of clues

Withered chains to lose

 

Twirl me slow

Through the waking tides

Peace blossoms

Horseman rides

Multiply where he divides

Our bosoms anchors

 

Feet strike three

The Dawn strikes at six

We sing low

Humming birds

Inside there is a soft glow

Expanding in bricks

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Pequeña – La Milonga del Treno

Desde el Alma – La Milonga del Treno

Tu pálida voz – La Milonga del Treno

 

The last of the ranks

The last of the ranks

5 November 2016

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Throbbing vein

At every temple

Roots remain

Unseen patch

From the unwarranted match

Hues of red and blue

 

Give me clue

Of your fading beat

Instill heat

Slash defeat

Off my dictionary’s sheet

Pages for the white

 

Compose light

With mystical sounds

The heart’s bright

Sunken grounds

Arena for the giving

Life in forgiving

 

My soul sling

Cast around your frame

Uplifting

Unweaving

Webs of the dark bereaving

Minefields of the scars

 

We erect

Future imperfect

Tense regret

Of days wound

Into black knot of neglect

Dark feast for the flies

 

Sundown eyes

The berating skies

Taunting tinge

Feet unhinge

Slipping onto wooden planks

The last of the ranks

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Collide – Rachel Yamagata

The Reason Why – Rachel Yamagata

Horizon – Rachel Yamagata