Here is Looking Up Your Old Address

Moved away did she changed her name, once or, twice such is it with women these days, Phone books no longer work, no forwarding address cellphone number, unlisted, all of the clues all turned into dead ends all the hints, innuendos, lies Turned the tables on me in the end… Lucky thing she was sitting right next to me helping me along the way or, … Continue reading Here is Looking Up Your Old Address

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Looking Out

My mind opened the tent flap, the wind blowing the cloudy skies the mountains encircled, I might consider myself trapped in any other reality. This scenario, however which my mind has created, not being foreign nor unintended, being a reality, more real than the life I now live, Looking out a rocky landscape beckons I lean back, considering the view, complacent in my thoughts…. Continue reading Looking Out

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Incommunicado

Hiding away from prying eyes not being anywhere anyone could find me Incommunicado a state of being being for the most part lost within myself, lost to the world as if the world cared at all, Existing in an other time frame, still visible to those around me not appearing different living, breathing, all the normal things just not within the realm not where I … Continue reading Incommunicado

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A Simple Drug

A mere aspirin to ward off to chase away the devils The same ones telling stories how a simple drug will change a life to the better, The worse happens the headache grows in difficulty, a simple drug, not enough the answer to all questions ones that never needed asking before problems, troubles mounting difficulties excuses and guilty thoughts, Having cured the evil of the … Continue reading A Simple Drug

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The Coolness

I let the coolness, what the morning chose to give me, run down along the indentations the finely honed surfaces of my utter imagination, the images leapt and groveled shaking off the demons what the night refused to let go, The warm breath of day simmered just under the horizon, my eyes still seared from the onslaught what days passed had given, blinked profusely as … Continue reading The Coolness

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