Poverty
Art: A Poem About Poverty
A forgotten poem about poverty Rising from that mortal tone, there came a latent tepid

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A Poem Following Oregon Shooting
Gun smoke. I can taste it: salty, bitter and dry enough to make your blood

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Blessed Sweet Sunlight
I took a walk last night, into the woods behind my house. I saw the trees

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Short Fiction: Faustus Remade
A Short Fiction Story Marlowe Faustus tossed a worn out copy of Plato’s Republic onto the

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Leverett
Poetic Nature Prose
Grass. Waving in the breeze with the sunlight breaking down and through the swaying stalks.

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My Beginning
My heart beats stronger than yours ever will; as I desperately lean on the window

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Slow Down
Lately, I have been living at such a furious pace that I have not had

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Incandescent Churning
Incandescent churning over itself and rocks — constant motion that crescendos into a repetitious frenzy

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Writing Manifesto
Once upon a time there was a young man who dreamed of more — but

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The First Snow and Footprints
All is quiet except for thought.  I breathe in silence so loud that it hurts-

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