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poetry for peace poem

Yeah I’m there, man, like a peach or a flower, or a rock in the street, picked up in the street by a child and hurled at a tank, while we visit the Hitler channel and brag about our cluster

Posted in art music poetry, David Michael Jackson, Poetry Posts, Resident Poets

To Poets Grand and Small by Seymour Shubin

To Poets Grand and Small Where are the Hail Oh Suns, the Lo the Moon Doth Glows, Oh Princess Mines, Hark the village wakens? Am I this far behind, Or ahead again? Slow, slow I will catch up Or doth

Posted in art music poetry, Famous Poets, Poetry Posts, Resident Poets, Seymour Shubin

THE SEED OF THE BURNING TREE Poem by Summer Breeze

The Seed of the Burning Tree

THE SEED OF THE BURNING TREE i stand knee deep in burning coals waist high in bombs bursting light eyes filled with poisonous gas ears to the crackling wind i kneel deep in daisy filled garden soft breeze caressing my

Posted in art music poetry, Edy Lou Benjamin, Poetry Posts, Resident Poets

In the Shallows Poem by Summer Breeze

Summer solace painting

In the shallows by Summer Breeze In the shallows of our past remembered shadows heart broken clean of entanglements and fairy tales Camelot was not akin to our dreams of real still in our frenzied recreation needed now it is

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