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Korviaaslax – Chapter Four

                                                      *          *          *           *                                                        Chapter Four – Reunion       ...
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Glastonbury Fayre

A kinda true  story ...
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On a visit to Corleone

I love Sicily and this happened on a visit there way back a long time. Comments welcome ...
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Campus Games (chapters 1-3)

Ashley and Katelyn meet when they find they are to share the same house on the campus of the college they attend in New Mexico. Ashley has hopes of becoming an artist while Katelyn dreams of becoming a prosecutor. Then the murders start and even Ashley herself is attacked! As the students live in fear, Ashley and Katelyn form a special bond. Can they survive long enough to find out just how strong that bond ...
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Two-Tone Hat and the Happy Slap

This song emerged from a poem about Happy Slapping - that disgusting 'trend' of videoing people being beaten up by gangs - to be more about the esates that breed these anti-social clowns. Two-tone being the ska music of the day ...
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Unassuming

I have nothing more to write  to you on the silver page but some tears for your eyes perhaps moistening letters of reluctant words. I carry your love in my broken heart even though I lose set off for a lone journey you think I have keeps a pot of treasure with me. I assume the background dark sky for the moon to shine as the written off story. We offer to each other a ...
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Moonlight Alone.

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Negotiation

‘I have constipation. Bowels come in bits and pieces you know. Shapes are like nuts, sometimes like sausages. Even after being in the bathroom for hours I feel I have not fully cleared; even if I go now, something will come out. Weird sounds (puckered face). Bad smell! What about you?’ ‘Oh I have loose motion you know. All the time I have sound in my stomach. See. (He takes his hand and lets him ...
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Business as usual

What is it in our love that makes it so intriguing and excruciatingly so tantalizing in its languid process of continuing forever without ever reaching a fulfilment? Can two virgins love each other and maintain virginity as their fulfilment? That's the rebus of our fateful tale that we in vain seek answers to in helpless stumbling in the darkness of the turmoil of our love that we can not control ourselves but only get more ...
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Good to be Gnome

There could be more things alive in your garden than you think ...
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Leaving Agrigento

Another poem about Sicily ...
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Faith

Let me soar away with you on golden wings of blue forever in my faithful love of you to leave all that which we've gone through to ever stick to what is true, which only is my love of you. How could you ever doubt my faithfulness, as if you would prefer your loneliness to all your lover's usefulness, while I could never bother less to cure your boredom's emptiness with raving jealous silliness, since ...
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Once upon a time

I live with my memories broken, bruised, caressed all mine once upon a time even the vain seemed fine. I have this pain in me now my lines page for the sun and the moon it wonders what if they'd make love would other stars approve or would they war burn starts to write a thousand times same words, same stories of their making love in blinking witness… On my petal they journey through the ...
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Campus Games (chapters 4-6)

Ashley and Katelyn meet when they find they are to share the same house on the campus of the college they attend in New Mexico. Ashley has hopes of becoming an artist while Katelyn dreams of becoming a prosecutor. Then the murders start and even Ashley herself is attacked! As the students live in fear, Ashley and Katelyn form a special bond. Can they survive long enough to find out just how strong that bond ...
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Blank

I am losing all sharpness to win an argument good riddance. Children of my world playing rape-rape game shoot-shoot game right in their schools like hide and seek of the yore innocuous, pure the bigger kids must be  heading somewhere towards progress with all of them. Inside I am listless I re-read the lines of the pied piper. Note: The poem is in response to children shooting each other, playing rape games in schools. Reference: ...
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Passage

When you are painting your own verse do not hold the brush of others it will distort the image same colors speak a strange language canvas will appear distant bits will mimic alien speech not me! work will screech. Singing a rehearsed song can hardly emerge 'you' with all that is confirmed, worked, attuned. You, a stream falling without wisdom who it will meet you, a flower that blooms without a clue of time and ...
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Cleri Who?

 Written on the occasion of my 76th birthday ...
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Martha

A 'Priceless' pome ===========================================   Martha was my very soul, indwelling female form.   From the moment I saw her I ‘knew’ her. I loved her. We ‘danced’ in other places – far beyond mere ‘love’.   Sunshine garden. First kiss:   I gazed into her dark, smiling, eyes as she lowered her face to mine and was swept in a tide of deathless bliss.   When the cool damp of her lips impressed my ...
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Let’s Get up!

Let's get up Or shall miss the train Fifteen more minutes Long way to go Dress up Pack the bags With papers of worth  Bound with strings Bearing ten years Of rejection And failure On this day With hundred more Playing the same game With few winners I may be one To travel few hours To the east of north Twelve more minutes Or shall miss the train Let's get up     ...
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The Birthday Cake

I gasped As the knife slashed The big birthday cake Over three layers  Pink, White and Brown Framed in days Eyes gaped As the hot creamed oozed And the flesh bled Sugars,powders and flavors Reduced To a pulp In the big greedy mouths They laugh They cheer Blowing the last gleam off As the age travels To the end of days   (An allegorical poem at the backdrop of Separatist movements)   ...
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