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leonard daranjo Poems

1. The Blind Traveller Who Gains His Sight 6/1/2007
2. Mercurial Mind 6/2/2007
3. The Poet's Dilemma - I 6/7/2007
4. The Poet's Dilemma - Ii 6/7/2007
5. The Poet's Dilemma - Iii 6/7/2007
6. The Manic Depressive 6/8/2007
7. Time Traveller 6/8/2007
8. Epiphany 5/24/2007
9. Desert In The Moonlight 5/26/2007
10. Post Coital Blues 5/26/2007
11. A Shortgun A Partridge And A Hare 6/9/2007
12. The Existentialist 6/13/2007
13. The Insomniac - Triad 6/15/2007
14. The Mother's Last Sigh 6/16/2007
15. Haiku # 4 For Tibet 6/16/2007
16. The Road Taken 6/16/2007
17. The Sepulchre 7/10/2007
18. Invisible Entity 7/14/2007
19. Haiku # 10 7/14/2007
20. Haiku # 11 7/14/2007
21. Haiku # 12 7/14/2007
22. Haiku # 13 7/14/2007
23. Haiku # 14 7/14/2007
24. Haiku # 17 7/15/2007
25. Haiku # 18 7/15/2007
26. At Dawn On Tiger Hill 7/18/2007
27. Melodically Speaking - A Humble Tribute To Charlie Parker - A Legendary Jazz Saxophonist 7/18/2007
28. The Sun And The Clouds 7/19/2007
29. Darkness At Dawn 7/23/2007
30. Haiku # 25 7/24/2007
31. Poetic Vignette 4 7/24/2007
32. A Poet's Diary Excerpt 2 7/25/2007
33. A Portrait Of A Playful Wave 7/25/2007
34. Damn The Dam 8/1/2007
35. A Brush With England 8/3/2007
36. A Sunset Vignette 8/4/2007
37. Do Not Do Unto Others........ 8/8/2007
38. (1) Another Dawn - A Vignette 8/17/2007
39. Being Bled For Money 8/26/2007
40. A Primeval Silence 8/29/2007
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Exercise In Alliteration

The perpendicular pyramids of perplexing thought
And a stupendous polarity of power
Will accrue in a creative apotheosis
Of mesmerising miasmas and preposterous perspectives
Where a conscientious concubine counted coconuts
In a catastrophic cradle of a crank civilisation
Where desperate denizens of disproportionate depravity
Detonated a device devastatingly destructive
That ripped through a ravine of ravenous reptiles
And created a crater that sent circumspect citizens
Into spasmodic spasms of superfluous superstitions
That did not do much to disambiguate ...

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Epiphany

I am different now
Older and more mature
I have imbibed the essence of life
And let it speak in a tongue
That is universal, ageless
Wordless and pure
Powerful, pristine and prejudicially free
For this very reason, I am more accepted
For this very reason, I am more accepting

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