Caleta de Famara

The Famara cliffs look like a sleeping mare with a wispy, cloudy mane Or like two dragons side-by-side as siblings. The noon sun strokes the scene with lightening greens, the ragged shadow atop. The lime-painted white village is modern by comparison. Surfers from around the planet flock to this beach and sometimes they roar within the crest of a wave

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Dealers of Karma

the philosophical introduction of a poem. highly advisable that you do not expect excellent writing in English. it’s “other” not literary at all. too. i think. feel free to comment. if you have read and reread Valis watched A Scanner Darkly/Dark City/Inception/The 13th Floor you’re more than welcome.  

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Hero Worship

Different generations, different wars, same tragedies   ‘Beer Granddad?’ ‘You know I don’t drink Martin, why d’you offer  it me lad?’ ‘Because I’m celebrating Granddad…….’ I cut him off sharply ‘It was yer eighteenth last week Martin, surely you’ve done enough celebrating by now?‘ He’d obviously drunk a bit although he wasn’t drunk, just excited. ‘Granddad I’ve joined the army, I’ve been accepted and I go

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Pages of words

My pages are full, full of words, noises, music, pouring forth like a torrent             Like a tornado, gush gush gush! Screaming, shouting, aaaaahh, out of mind, out of context, making sense, nonsense Wickedness, goodness, all out out out, no remorse for done things, no reply Senseless words, genius, perceptions are bliss and feelings throb deep so deep, my heart thumping, banging

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