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Tenebrae 09 May 2012 Tag: Nature

A Braying the River's Lament

Chills of the cat call, caught cross-eyed between the feint tricks of light, and sleight of hand. Walleyed, surprised to see nothing at the source of sound, disheartened at the river’s empty channels, sans the ferrymen. Not a braying, nor saying can break the silence or sink the...

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Tenebrae 16 Apr 2012 Tag: Nature

A Cecropia Effect

Rose coloured wingspans, a Cecropia effect with less paradox of a ragtag happenstance, when Earth takes flight with the Moon.

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Tenebrae 25 Mar 2012 Tag: Nature

A Animal People

Animal people, or at least, they seemed to be upright and compassionate. What else could they be? When humans dreamed of humans, they came to form quadrupeds.

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Tenebrae 31 Jan 2012 Tag: Nature

A Descending Flower

By name, I fall in petal rain, by night, I’ve no petals to bear. I let them fall in failed refrain, by name, I fall in petal rain. Upon the ground where they had lain are blankets of no-longer-there’s. By name, I fall in petal rain, by night, I’ve no petals to bear.

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Tenebrae 20 Jan 2012 Tag: Nature

A Robin's Song

Branches drip in patterned beat, melting from the winter sun, fragile to such rampant heat. Nature’s cleansing is now done, white has fallen prey to green, melting from the winter sun, Leaves sporting their lively sheen, robins sing my mother’s name, white has fallen prey to...

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