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Evening Poem, December 29, 2017

    The sun flashes white On the crow as it flies And it climbs over treetops In the bright winter sky . And the ice on the creektop Is silver and blue And beneath winter’s crust The slow stream … Continue reading

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Morning Poem #2, November 8, 2014

TRUTH AND FACT The experts and reporters May get it right today But tomorrow brings a thousand facts That blow it all away. The poets, on the other hand May seem, at first, obscure But one must work to understand … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, November 8, 2014

          Genesis 1: 1-19   Isn’t it odd This story of ours That says there was light Before there were stars?   Copyright 2014

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Morning Poem, October 2, 2014

What if this whole darn thing was wrong? Everything the TV told us. What if they were singing that hypnotic song Just so they could hold us; Just so they could mold us?   I’m not talking about one mistake … Continue reading

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Truth and Fiction

Joe Bird, my good friend and fellow founder of The Shelton College Quarterly, has commented on this quote I sent him the other day:   Truth may be stranger than fiction, but fiction is truer.     Joe says that … Continue reading

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