Through slanting doors and broken windows odd furniture in dim rooms old books and roses rotting with age I follow you, charts and crumpled maps and paper glitter like a lost hope– Sudden sky and wide water reeds along a shore under a silver willow you call to the other side. No limb or vine […]
He wanted to heal her broken heart, hang lace in her window Give her a greenhouse rose, the unnaturally perfect orchid Fragrant spring to fill her house, But he made toxic cocktails at the bar Laid skulls of thalidomide babies Whale bone and relics from Dachau at her door. Mid-spring layers of acid ice and snow […]
Chilly day rain puddle Gut ache Heart muddle– Gotta stay indoors Keep the feet warm. Let storms wash away All the pain I might meet Should I go to the street: Two powers rule the day: Woden will protect me, Mercury Connect me To all I need to know Better than CNN, NBC, So fuck […]
Photos of Leaves and Trees by Rob Kashey.
There is a moment before the sound the Great Om, Before Siva turned on one foot Before Krishna was blue and Tara green, Before the making of Lucifer, the heavenly war The gravity of heaven and the drifting fire of hell Before the holy breath blew into Man Before Adam’s dream of Eve Before Cain […]
cónocht an earraigh * *Irish for Spring Equinox Like a girl in a coma waking in bed the land slowly regains her memory of swollen rain cloud cloak of mist folded on rowan, alder and wych elm Knowing the smoldering heart insists swallows dip in sweeps overhead renewing with twig and dirt in beaks the […]