Charles Lara


Charles Lara Poems

41. Scribbles 7/1/2006
42. Random 7/7/2006
43. What Else 7/23/2006
44. Inhale 7/23/2006
45. Nothing Escapes 2/16/2005
46. It's My Birthday 2/14/2005
47. In Between 4/13/2006
48. Reasonable Insanity 4/13/2006
49. 10 Years After These Lines Bleed Me 4/13/2006
50. Rainbow Instead Of Snow 4/13/2006
51. Coming Home Dear 4/13/2006
52. No Rush 4/14/2006
53. Between Time 4/23/2006
54. Sneeze 5/28/2006
55. Knitted Sky 5/28/2006
56. Sleep A Little More 5/29/2006
57. Living Easy 5/29/2006
58. Take 2 5/29/2006
59. Blind Joy 5/29/2006
60. Another 4/24/2006
61. Tea 5/13/2006
62. Love Inside A Urinal 5/13/2006
63. Instant Coffee 5/13/2006
64. Dry 5/13/2006
65. June 21 2000 5/13/2006
66. Real Mud 5/13/2006
67. Under Over 5/13/2006
68. Without Turning Back 5/13/2006
69. Cheers 5/13/2006
70. Take Me 5/13/2006
71. Back Home 5/13/2006
72. Train Ride Home 5/13/2006
73. Nows 5/13/2006
74. The Tail End 5/13/2006
75. Confession 10/27/2006
76. Darwin's Dead 1/6/2007
77. Remember 1/6/2007
78. Shine On Me... 1/6/2007
79. Led Wings 2/13/2009
80. Just Dues 2/13/2009

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Best Poem of Charles Lara

And We Were Healed

We waited to be saved
and made sure
that every living thing
we came across
we showered it
with love and peace
and anything that makes
White angels sing
and God clap for more
and faith showed off a little leg.
The drought was over
and earth replenished itself
with a long cold
glass of draft beer.
Hunger became morbidly obese.
The insane became sound
and poor broken people
saw the light
and they were healed.
The meaning of life
Was found inside
a fortune cookie
and we read it
over and over again.
A ...

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Into The Night

The summer sleeps
and soft crickets play poker
for ripe ripe leaves
while spiders watch
until the losers go home
before they spin their webs
on the winner too full
from his winnings to move
to escape to do something
not to become a meal
while dew paints
the warm dawn
as stillness takes over

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