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Katz Haus Poems
Haiku's simple verse Shattering and pointed like Glass shards laced with words.
The loneliness of poem-writing Lies inside the fact That the people who would most understand them Are the people who would least likely read them;
I dreamed of you last night; We were young, vibrant and free Hearts pounding, mouths dry and bellies hot We laid together
He answers, when I ask, 'I'm lonely, babe, ' and laughs A tragic laugh, head thrown back Mocking, with twisted irony
Broken Window Blues
I looked into your window In the darkness and I froze My dark-eyed desert Lily Blushed an asiatic rose
Got What She Deserved
Meet me at the Guv'nors Inn He ordered with a scowl Better be sure you're not late Or I will make you howl!
Fly back to me, my heart Your shadow’s dim today So far away
The Sound of $#*! Hitting the Fan in a D...
I’ve given up, you said I need a plan. What plan? I asked I have pills, you said.
Fall of the Amazon
The Amazon lets fly And stops, struck By her own arrow Deflected by a shield
Let Us Dance (Haiku)
I check a profile I write a poem I have a dream, flashbacks.
Mu2ic Man Haiku
Lily's Pall: A Sonnet
I saw your likeness there upon his wall You flower of the darkest matter made Upon his brow you cast a dismal pall In 'membrance of those paths that were waylaid.
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Best Poem of Katz Haus
Haiku's simple verse
Shattering and pointed like
Glass shards laced with words.