Monthly Archives: February 2009

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Video Poem/Embedded in the Velvet is the Thorn

EMBEDDED IN THE VELVET IS THE THORN Embedded in the velvet is the thorn and at the tip of the thorn choirs When you take off your face and sit down something happens to sunlight bright silver envies I have … Continue reading

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There are so many souls worth saving the face wreathed in roses whose eyes tell tales from before civilization when trees were sturdy giant ferns cut from crystal The grandmother with ten white horses on a steep green hillside whose … Continue reading

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Poem: A Thousand Armies

(Note: I may have posted this poem somewhere some time ago, but I am posting it now with a lifelong lament at the violence of our human history, with its resorting to armies so callously and often irrationally when it … Continue reading

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Still Eyeless in Gaza?

I think many of us are still in a state of shock over the Israeli powered holocaust in Gaza against the Palestinian innocents. The utter horror of such death and destruction, people living with such horrific wounds, in rubble and … Continue reading

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