Category Archives: Poetry

Monk

Just thought I’d share a story that I’d been told by someone or read somewhere A monk was living in a cave above a village when he heard that a local dignitary was going to visit him. The monk spent … Continue reading

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Eagle

Eagle Fisherman Heart burns from the glare Of a naked full moon All consumed Fisherman becomes warrior Filled with hopeless wisdom Light headed Warrior becomes eagle Soaring, seeking far off passages Seeing anew Eagle becomes guide New hope for lost … Continue reading

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Ghost Wolf

Ghost Wolf I’ve seen a wolf She wears a white veil. I’ve seen her twice And lost two hearts. But she has my spirit And I have hears. We’ll be together forever In that way. Like this:Like Loading…

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Conservatory poem

The Conservatory Green fingers Glowing shades of green Cool colours in the mist Of time Green fingers Growing natures dreams Aromas in the wind I dream Green fingers Time goes on and on And tears of long ago Fall by … Continue reading

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I am Earth, She is Moon

She shines down with her smiling face Raising tides and forming streams My blood ebbs and floods Guided by the brilliant sanity Of a moon not lit by me Stained cheeks and white skin Dew drops with the dawning The … Continue reading

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