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leonard daranjo Poems

121. Melodically Speaking - A Humble Tribute To Charlie Parker - A Legendary Jazz Saxophonist 7/18/2007
122. Haiku # 37 10/25/2007
123. Exercise In Alliteration 5/24/2007
124. Euphoria 6/25/2007
125. Haiku # 41 - A Cat's Whiskers 11/22/2007
126. (1) Ode To Mother Teresa 1/12/2008
127. Desertscape 5/17/2008
128. Metamorphosis Of The Prodigal Son 10/31/2008
129. Epilogue 8/16/2009
130. Dedicated To My Students 6/27/2007
131. In The Nowness Of Now 4/6/2008
132. Between Planes Of Transmigration 4/15/2008
133. Haiku # 59,58,57 - Village Vignettes 4/2/2008
134. Spring Offering 12/4/2007
135. Haiku # 47 A Buddhist's Rosary 1/26/2008
136. Auguries Of Silence 1/27/2008
137. Clarion Call 12/4/2007
138. Time's Journey - The Blue Beyond 11/25/2007
139. Haiku # 39 Pastorale 11/10/2007
140. A Brush With England 8/3/2007
141. In The Shadow Of The Buddha 7/4/2007
142. The Existentialist 6/13/2007
143. A Quarter Past Paradise 9/6/2007
144. Do Not Do Unto Others........ 8/8/2007
145. (1) Another Dawn - A Vignette 8/17/2007
146. (1) Lightening 9/15/2007
147. Haiku # 46 - Pilgrim Ants 1/25/2008
148. Transcending Multiple Paradigms - A Buddhistic Destination 4/21/2008
149. Ephemera 5/17/2008
150. Liquified Time-Yogic Revelation 10/16/2007
151. Always A Poet 9/22/2007
152. Farewell My Dear Friend - A Warm And Loving Cat 6/8/2007
153. The Sea's Assignation 8/19/2007
154. A Lamentation For The Earth 6/27/2007
155. (1) A Fistful Of Future 10/20/2007
156. All Things Touched By Time 9/20/2007
157. (1) Art Is An Octopus 10/1/2007
158. (1) Celestial Visitor - Photographic Impression 10/20/2007
159. (1) Divine Receptacle 10/12/2007
160. (1) Dawn Chorus 10/20/2007
Best Poem of leonard daranjo

(1) Ode To Immortality

Jetting creative fire
Through a diamond eye
Sculpting hair-like ripples
On an emerald sky

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Post Coital Blues

And then the interminable void
That stretches neverendingly
Into the desiccated planes of decadence
Insatiable, insidious and intransigent
The monster feeds
On the spoils of its own making
In a desert laid bare by a cruel midday sun

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