Monthly Archives: May 2016

THREAD

Sometimes the thread on which faith hangs is thin and twisting in the wind Sometimes that thread that thin thread that thin twisting thread is enough. Kathy Keogh Advertisements

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ANOTHER LIFE

In another life you were a hunter and I, a cave painter. You hammered obsidian to a sharp point and fastened it to an antler with egg shell and pine resin. I wrapped heaps of dry moss and tar to … Continue reading

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STONES

Picking out skipping stones was an art to me and to you- a science. I’d pick reds and pinks in the shape of a heart While you’d pick one up and toss it in your palm of your hand judging … Continue reading

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Rickety Piers and Mike.

You left and the world stood dark Shades of gray and monotony Cold winds blow small boats Against rickety piers You left and took color and light Leaving me to wait on rickety piers Small boats banging out dirges But … Continue reading

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