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Blue Jay

The whistle blows, The bird’s tone: The Blue Jay roams Upon the apricot tree. The train goes, The flowers show, The birds sing: Sunny skies …

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Commentary

Cov Death Numbers

For the first time in months the CDC reports a fact [1]. Less than 10,000 people in the United States died from the coronavirus. Yet, …

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Big Dreams

Big dreams, Tall themes, Gazing at countless things. Sitting here, I sit and stare; I finally finished my ice cold beer.

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Free Verse

Worship of Men

The rich are said not to pray, But in reality, they worship their own way: To the gold in which they play (Spelled with four …

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Flash Fiction

Short Story

A Nation Apart

Malcolm X and Martin Luther King struggled to free us from captivity. With each generation, since they been gone, we entered back to the harem of harm. We’re rolling our joints and marketing our weed as we prostitute our women …

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Flash Fiction

Lot #64

The morning began beautiful, sun shining, cool breeze, and a cup of coffee in hand. Out the door, left turn, then a right on seventh. Calmness abundant, until I approached the lot on the corner. Out of nowhere, “BANG!” Darkness …

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Poetry

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Weather Media

California’s weather Media Is a propaganda encyclopedia. Rating storms from …

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Cinquain

Drifter

Worker; No money — broke. Never can make ends meet. …

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A Beautiful Day

Glowing light, The breeze slight. Waves, knee high, I’m in …

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A Second Glance

A second glance, Another chance, Might this lead to romance? …

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Good and Bad

Good and bad, Success and failure Are not the qualities …

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Free Verse

Unknown Odds

Five days from today,  My world goes astray.  I have …

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The Lofty Shall Pay

She rested with birds: Arrogant, High above the peasants; Gawking …

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Elohim

Elohim, Divine majesty, Painting the sky With colors of royalty. …

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Free Verse

Communism Came

Communism came by popular support, Take out the enemy — …

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Senryu

Fear Rips Through Me

Fear rips through me — Eyes closed accelerating The opossum …

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Rondolete

Shattered Mirrors

Shattered mirrors, I am erased; my strength fails me. Shattered …

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Free Verse

Easter Flight

Surrounded in white, Adorned in heavens light: Swirling around my …

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Shop Walk in Verse

Japanese Style Poems

Haiku

The Yellow Bee

yellow mixed with black — travels at the speed of light the …

Sedoka

She Shines

she shines like the sun glowing during the sunrise, awoken to a …

Senryu

Moonlight

the thin black line — it holds the light of the moon …

Tanka

Western Land

Communism does move Through the umbilical cord — A phenomenon —  The …

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