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Where The River Ends
I follow the pale, silken river
of your outstretched leg
from the river mouth, where
your painted toes glittered
I've Given Up Poetry
I've given up poetry

no more pulled faces, long
as autumn grey shadows,
Last Leaves
These last leaves between us, Mother
falling from our old family tree
your last few clinging in your winter
mine, yet coloured in my autumn days
The Long Blue Shirt
when she wears the long blue shirt
she is a lost ocean I wish to name
hypnotic fabric wave over wave
white buttons mother-of-pearl
The Weight Of Mother's Heart
Nestled there beneath her heart
listening to the waves crashing
with futility upon the curve
of her ribs, the sturdy piles
Discarded Love Letters
Silver leaves beneath the water
lay layered and unmoving
as though painted on the stream bed
discarded love letters, inkless
The Blood Stream
I have bared myself
a black wind blows
the night snow falls
falling flakes touch
Elegy For A Bait Fisherman, Fallen
We've lost the accommodating grin
Of a summer morning, the soft, derisive jeers
For we Anglers, our flies and our waders
With shoes wet with the morning dew
The People You Meet Under Bridges
Shaded from the day, with
skins withered by the hot hands
of the demons they converse with there
and their eyes more empty than
Brown Leaf Meditations
She tells me that if I smoke it
I'll forgo her kisses this night
so, I think on it o'er a dram
consider its earthy brown

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