Category Archives: Albert Camus

Blue For Me and Black in Spades

Blue for me and black in spades.   One up and down with running totals – marked in blue and black for  you.   Blue of me who counts my cards and wilds imagination – blueways.   Black in prairie … Continue reading

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Once More for Making Sure

Release the heat and lick my soul with cleansing flames. Once consumed, I will be free of earth and space. Onward sentimentalities; give our embrace tonight – is certain. Turn the dial and etch the settings. Once more for making … Continue reading

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Time Drips Down and Down

Abbreviated love this afternoon, until light strikes clouds and hours roar near. I think it often while extending moments and ticks, until my sun who shimmers; circles along my chest. Happy is the word and content for hands; that touched … Continue reading

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My Grump and Grind Act is Back to Feast

Back like baboons – full of grumps to grinds; my pleasures are theirs. They obey my commands! You guessed it old world, my new world troubles. The monkey house riots, are back in town. Here little monkey with feed-song screech. Claw … Continue reading

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Garbage of Song List Memory

Nighttime driving seeing double dippers and naked romps Continue reading

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The Curious See

Streams of light continue understood – of life and before. The curious see. People know – they don’t talk. The stars tell all at five in the morning. They show the end and the beginning. Constant beam, to me, to you … Continue reading

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Angel Fleet by My Shoulder

I languished over a cup of coffee, felt up and down my thighs for muscular-electric pulses and seethed along the cold roads of Cherokee. Furthermore I witnessed for god, observing a silent jogger; most hushed and gentle. She swept by with lack of … Continue reading

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Bluebird Chimes and Cafe Checks

Motor me and wreck me through; you caught me up; you sung by night. The wild sky reach and glass of wine; the sip of air – so crisped and shatter. It sounds like spiked drink up and ladies bare … Continue reading

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Whine The Wind For Another Tale

Trickling some laughs and rippling steam, allow my hands to palm the curve, and smell my sense and shake the salt. Ears and waves her boiler-room shy, trust the touch; the experience of age. Smell your sense and shake it … Continue reading

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Dirt of Dust

Puffing fire from air and heat from dark, willowed and bent – We lost ourselves in the leaves, who were dried and crisp as offerings, as the dirt of dust seeps gently overhead – The waves are rippled with final thoughts and breaths that … Continue reading

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Sleep Dreamer

draw my hands that glide on water… Continue reading

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America the Beautiful

who demonized our little tap dancer; the Sermon Dream Continue reading

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The Lounge

Such a polished act, “who you mean”, your obscenity and crawling nails, they scratch the sidewalk, we lost all hope for You and walk with dark eyes; thrown from Your arms. You held the tickets, of children whose dreams and … Continue reading

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Morning Prayer

chins to ground among the shrill, hordes of anger with tiny voices of fruitless grain, ears sewn closed waves of wind, noise to white with mortal bites, elegant absence, mouths sewn open frosty views to simplicity of you, bastards of … Continue reading

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The Green Fairy

…naked tempations that menace the soul Continue reading

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