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(c) Colorofsky Poems

1. The Misfit Poet 3/11/2005
2. Pass And Go 3/11/2005
3. Re-Zen2b 3/12/2005
4. Above 3/11/2005
5. The Rain Of Dusk Knob 3/11/2005
6. Repetitions 6/17/2005
7. Grey Cloud Vista 6/17/2005
8. Twist Of Dust 5/24/2005
9. Companions Of Solitude 5/24/2005
10. Somewhere? 3/11/2005
11. A Simple Answer Comes 3/11/2005
12. Closer To Earth, Closer To Heart 3/11/2005
13. Sinking Stone 3/11/2005
14. Just A Breeze 3/11/2005
15. Light Of The Landscape 3/12/2005
16. Sky And Cloud 3/11/2005
17. Inconsequential 3/11/2005
18. First In Life 3/11/2005
19. Big Black Crow 3/11/2005
20. Never Another 3/11/2005
21. The Trail Remembered 6/17/2005
22. Corner Of The Heart 3/11/2005
23. Caged Bird 3/12/2005
24. A Slight Breeze 4/20/2005
25. Growing High 5/24/2005
26. Twilight Of Light 3/11/2005
27. Miss 3/11/2005
28. Walk Of The Heart 5/2/2005
29. Beyond 5/24/2005
30. Bridge 5/24/2005
31. Temple 5/24/2005
32. The Song The Thunder Sings 5/24/2005
33. Echo 3/11/2005
34. Extension 3/11/2005
35. Standing Trees 5/24/2005
36. Footsteps Of The Land 3/11/2005
37. And I'Ll Waste Away 3/11/2005
38. A Walk Of Shadows 3/11/2005
39. Look Before You Leap 3/11/2005
40. Pink-Edged Clouds, Sunset Sun 3/11/2005

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Pink-Edged Clouds, Sunset Sun

Pink-edged clouds,
sunset sun.
Bedimming light.
New night begun.

Fortell, what new wonders,
have come to pass?
A new child born,
a new blade of grass?

What things anew,
will there be?
New wonders fathomed,
from the life-giving sea?

Hued pink-edged clouds.
Low sunset sun.
Bedim thy light.
Still, you are not done.

Because, for from thy union,
'tis lucid, sure as dawn will be,
that Life blossoms forth,
from your simplicity...

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The Trail Remembered

I ambled to a wooded clearing,
The spot of an old remembered trail.
On a cool September morn,
on a hillside up from a vale.

Its blazed, full-width was almost overgrown,
oh so little left there to submit.
‘Twas being used probably by deer now,
or occasional meandering rabbit.

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