Duane Botzek

Duane Botzek Poems

1. Natural Voice 6/8/2012
2. It Is By Grace I Drive 7/23/2012
3. An Eighteen-Wheeler Insider 8/19/2012
4. Instill All 8/22/2012
5. Turning Sixty 9/27/2012
6. What It Is Going To Be 10/7/2012
7. You Are What Is 11/24/2012
8. Life Just Occurred 2/23/2013
9. The Right To Write 6/11/2013
10. Drive To Write 7/13/2013
11. I Have Seen Millions Flock 12/10/2011
12. All Of “just This” 12/10/2011
13. To Quiet... To Hold On 12/10/2011
14. Forgive Is Of Black Dirty 2/1/2012
15. Just Breathe 2/26/2012
16. Spring Lilacs 2/1/2012
Best Poem of Duane Botzek

Spring Lilacs

Eyewitness of nature’s loom
When lilacs with long
Locks of blooms
Illumine my kitchen counter
Before the vase
Gathers them…
Scenting, banqueting
Crafting and dining
A living room

Their bright aroma
Shrieks out ascent of May
Accented by green leaves
Where birds nest - engulfed in perfume;
Sun, and color-woven
In lilacs’ purple costume
Springing through
The threaded tapestry
Of natures loom

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Just Breathe

When the world
Ices over you
And stifles your voice
The walls of servitude is so thick
You still have a choice
Find an opening with a warm voice
Ice is only one degree of being moist
Just breathe

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