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Past Joys

Cattails gently sway

Bowed brown heads against blue sky

Mud squelches, frogs croak

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Pine, Spruce, pierce the sky

Puma prints wind among trees

Coyotes praise the dusk

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Musky scent of horse

Deep brown pools of liquid love

Soft lips tickle me

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Damned

My love-ly prison

Watching old dreams through love’s bars

Heaven’s on this side

Hallucinations

Double Exposure

Layers of reality

Feel the collision

Maggie

Maggie

Orange lantern eyes

reveal a bright wild soul

Beautiful Monster

Familiar Spirits

My eyes caress her

Silky fur felt in the soul

We’re familiar

Haiku, I Guess

It’s now December,

snow lies on the dandelions,

summer time is gone.

Little Fly

Fly on the wall,

poor little fly,

you woke to the call,

but now, my oh my,

there isn’t any food at all.

Your ploy, gone awry,

your rest was just a stall,

you’re still going to die,

’tis your end after all.

‘Twas worth the try,

fighting ‘gainst the pall,

but death gets us all.