kendall thomas


kendall thomas Poems

81. Magic 11/18/2009
82. The Fjord 9/15/2008
83. Censorship 9/6/2010
84. The Bums 10/25/2006
85. The Funny Farm 2/6/2008
86. Pompeii 9/21/2010
87. A Stone 3/3/2008
88. Birds Scream In Attics 8/22/2007
89. All Things Beautiful 10/25/2006
90. A Butterfly 4/2/2010
91. Requiem For A Porn Star 7/13/2009
92. The Bullet Train 6/23/2007
93. Bukowski's Black Cat 12/1/2007
94. Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde 10/25/2006
95. An American Prayer 2/17/2010
96. Spring Blessings 10/25/2006
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Spring Blessings

Rivers wind unnoticed
through the brown hills
and budding trees,
where dark, little birds
pierce the blue sky.

I drift in vague symmetry
lying somewhere on the grass,
among the wild onion sprouts,
and watch the
cherry blossoms fall
like tardy flakes of winter snow.

I want to hug the earth
and kiss the sky;
but one is too big,
the other too high.

The billowing clouds
drift stately by,
as imperious as spirit barks
of long-dead pharaohs
and their queens;
and I dream of Cleopatra
and beautiful Nefertiti...

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The Mountain Climber

What shall I do now?
Follow the sun from its rising
into the valley far below
or shall I climb higher
to better see
how far darkness goes
and how high these rocks have come
from vanished seas?
I come to taste the salt

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