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love and butterflies

Click here to hear the poet read his words: love and butterflies once upon a time I saw a butterfly drifting floating flitting whimsically twinkling through the brightly hued garden of life making me smile brightening my existence alighting for … Continue reading

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angels and mermaids

Click here to hear the poet read his words: angels and mermaids angels fly high and mermaids swim deep neither murmurs a discordant sound until the human truth betrays them when they drift too close to the ground when they … Continue reading

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rivers sing

Click here to hear the poet read his words: rivers sing when you hold my hand great mountains can walk the rivers all sing and the trees smile and talk the moon floats benignly the stars dance in the skies … Continue reading

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the rusty anchor

Click here to hear the poet read his words: the rusty anchor the sands of time are shifting silent songbirds swiftly fly the hills slip soft behind the mist wretched clouds begin to cry seaweed strewn along the shoreline waits … Continue reading

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into smoke

Click here to hear the poem read aloud by the poet: into smoke I follow her into the nightmare although I am terrified of the cost so deep so deep is the night that even the darkness is lost when … Continue reading

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the garden of France

Click here to hear this 50-second poem read aloud: The Garden of France achingly gently slipping lightly almost tracelessly through the garden of France leaving only in the wistful hearts who sense an ephemeral passing a whisper of love a … Continue reading

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the saddest thing

Click here to hear the poem read aloud: the saddest thing that you can do is to wait for her to go knowing she won’t say goodbye she has not yet said hello you know that she will disappear without … Continue reading

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