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Drifting – Haiku

more time between usmore our hearts break us in twowhen I think of you

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Empty – Haiku

I am surroundedin a life so full of lovewhy am I alone?

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Post Of Christmas Past # 4 – The Christmas Eve Night Walk Home

Screw the cab, it’s nice out, and I’m walking. Ah, the Christmas Eve Night walk home. This memory is further to the first snowfall entry I posted a few days ago in terms of the atmosphere it creates. A single awesome holiday mini-tradition that we tend to forget about. You don’t realize how Christmassy it is […]

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A Shade of Ash # 9 – Beaten Heart

Distance between us feels like dementia of my heart . It still beats, but it’s getting harder to remember what makes it. – Dad

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Losing My Religion

I’m sorry you were alone when the faces drifted away.When your days got stolen and good nights emptied.Just a vessel that you God, abandoned.Someone who gave up her soul before she was given one.Where were you when she asked to remember?Why did you punish her when all she did was repeat your name in prayer?Lord, […]

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Journal Entry # 216 – Flowers Picked From A Garden

I miss you every day of my life. Today was no different. Maybe tomorrow will be. – Dad

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Soiled

Like a flower starvingI long for your lighta drop of youreplenish meor…leave me to wilt

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They Are Never Gone

The other night, I looked up for the moon To ask him for a small favour “Knock for me…at that heaven’s door” I was alone and needed someone in particular not only did sky open up and become ours the clouds even came by for a listen

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Walked To Death

It was as midnight as midnight could bethat late, dogs cried at the moonall the way downas I followed you straight to an early gravenot once knowingignorant, childish, wishing for my own homewe shared nothing no words, not a glance, not even…presence only fading footsteps in the rainbefore you went to a place you felt […]

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Journal Entry 194 – Little Boys Of Summer

Adults follow paths. Children explore. – Neil Gaiman

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