Tag: poems about time

Insomniac: Stage IV

Morning yawns and stretches its arms To part the curtains of night. Tired midwife to light from From her expectant horizonThe earth inches towards her morning.Clean, cool fingers weave threads Of sweet perfumed wisteria and moreUnnameable long forgotten blooms. Clean and combed through dew damp air.Buds nodding on their stems, Draw blood from my veins

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Without I, Imagine

For no more or less than meI am the sea change Here to remind thoseUnaffected by my will’s anchor To dance freelyWith the ageless breezeTo the Music of long forgotten melodies.Harmoniously Connecting each beatOutside of your heart stands A circle connected yetStepping in and apartWe dance without rancorIn every color every flavorThe scent of bodies

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Buying Time

Impossible: To find the cashFor buying time.Oranges, sweet crudeCoffee, corn,Commodities tradersDelisted love and friendship Health and fathers.The buying chits line The exchange floorLike clothing once In the bedroom.Proof money can’t Buy love.In department storesPerfumed and made upClerks compartmentalizeStuffed emotions and Big wide-eyed bearsInto shopping bags. Leaving through A glass revolving door Tumbling onto the gray

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