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I’ll Learn One Day What They Know

I ran into Tammy Alderman today.
She asked me, “Do you know
Jerry West died last month of a heart attack? ”
I told her, “No, I didn’t know.”

Sunlight On Sanae

I once wrote
About your pink skirt;
I thought my heart would break

This City

This city
Is vastly plagued with loneliness.
I’m looking for Van Morrison’s
Brown-eyed girl

Mystical Offspring

Often, in a family,
The youngest girl
Is the prettiest;
She’s born

If You Find Me

I live day by day
Through whispered prayers at dawn
Seeing flowers still growing
In the yards of abandoned homes

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Love is a gorgeous grave
That steals your heart
With flowery desires and dreams
Easily cherished but impossible to save.

Shoulder Tattoo

Will I ever find you again
My lost and lovely friend
In this dark world
That conspires against love?

Who Is Your Wife?

Who is your wife
In this starless life?
Will she bring a smile
Or a dowry of heartbreak and strife?

The Ponytail Poet

I’ve written many poems
Following the variously scattered and tattered
Paths of my life and thoughts.

You Are The Beautiful One

Walk straight into the blissful arms
Of a new day,
Create an invigorating mindset
And devote your dreams

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