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Come Sunday

While you scrubbed your kitchen on Sunday morning Methamphetamine an old woman tapped at your door. She’d moved here yesterday and had made you a pie...
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Unmown ‘lawns’ – plant conglomeration

Golden ‘Cat’s Ears’ flourishing, where drought and soil unnourishing has left the grass short, yellowing … but on the other lawn, abundance, of variety – self-heal, cinquefoil and clover daisies, moss …
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Forest Secrets

Meandering Forest banks Looping waves Of green those Silent ferns Lie serene, Even swelter Scorching sun Cannot rob cool Sense of calm, Across a path...
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Sweet river

Windows of escape
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Don't Fear The Change

Don’t Fear The Change By Paul McCann So we fear in the italics with a lot of emphasis on those bound in chains and abused in relationships Change in...
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Poem of the week

june 20th

wind plays liquid dominoe runs with grass, seeds soft amethyst sea. Below azure smooth, boats small as white moths rising from our feet as we wade...
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Aaron - the Wind Rush in

If you want something cheerful. Skip. it. Draft - Aaron's poem prep
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Love

my heart is bursting at his kiss like an unfurled peony
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The Last Man on the Moon

Another old one. Only posted at all because it contains the word 'pandemic'. Sci-Fi. Not fair just to warn you in the summary, I know, but maybe the picture's a clue. Image free for non commercial use from freesvg.org
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True Stories (Part 2 or 2)

It took me a few days to work myself up to showing them to Julie. We’d just finished a day of shopping and dress-fittings, and we were seated at a...
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Story of the week

True Stories (Part 1 of 2)

The camera never lies. Except for this camera. This camera is different. # I found the camera in a junk/antiques store. I wasn’t even precisely in...
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The Lookout Of My Heart

The Lookout Of My Heart By Paul McCann I see you in front of me on the edge about to fall , I run to you but you can’t see so I begin to call , just...
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Flying

A few playful lines.
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Longest Day

A little light Saturday paganism.
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An Ill Wind

It was an ill wind that blew us indoors, interrupted, as spring turned to summer. The season blooms through slow-motion downpours, panic-buying and...
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Bird Of Prey On A Solstice Day

Awaken in Early morning Mindfully restored, Presence seeking Gracious gentle flight, I stream across Golden glow Imagine pushing time – Remaining...
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A June afternoon

That's it. Back to the reading. Thanks.
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… but it can deceive

A scene set-up with ‘paper’ fairies*, or tricks of lighting implying mysteries, and plates corrupted (before our day of digital manipulation, to...

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