Tag Archives: dreams

morning poem, December 30, 2017

    I dreamed of water running clear in a forest My friends and I waded and cast our lines And caught fish without name that nobody knew Then we ate what had been prepared for us Sharing bread like … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, March 15, 2015

Some men dream of countries far away And of ruined castles on hilltops Or streams that ran cold and blue Out of some deep forest and into impossible sunlight. They remember what they have seen And know it now in … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, March 7, 2015

ON THE RIVER:  A DREAM (PART IV) As evening approached, I began to notice people on the riverbanks At first just one or two at a time, but as the sunlight faded And the colors of the water and stones … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, February 11, 2015

Last night I dreamed Of a house in town Where once an old friend lived.   It had fallen to me To buy the place and save the world from sin.   I hadn’t the money Had not the means … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, September 30, 2014

While driving long distance I feel sleep coming on Particularly where the morning is warm and the sky clear and sunny and no traffic swarm.   I want to pull off the highway and fade and then melt Into some … Continue reading

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The Characteristics of Modern Poets #12

The mystic, having once seen the truth, is patient and brave.  For him, there is no worship of counterfeit gold and no fear of counterfeit power.

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What I Love About Blogging (IV)

The idea (and actual possibility) that some combination of words I send out into the electronic ether will find its way to some established and grand judge of things.  Someone whose taste is unquestioned and whose authority is universally recognized … Continue reading

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