The Upbringing

​Taught to be good and nice To elders not the wise. Taught to be good and sweet To all youngsters – kind or mean. Taught to be pretty and sane Sensible in a way world approved my brain. Taught to hold my tongue in silence “Do not be a rebel […]

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Ode to An Old Friend

Dear, darkness my beloved friend Now that every happiness has come to end I welcome you, my old friend. After all I did,  after all those deeds That sowed all my sorrows’s seeds Have ripened to grow the plants of weed. After all drunken drops of brine Tired sullen eyes […]

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Extremity of Romance

What’s the happiest of all bliss, Than a lover’s passionate kiss? What’s more slower to abate, Than the patience when a lover waits? What tragically better fate, Than a lover who has lost his mate? What better bittersweet that a fall, Drenched, drowned and drained in alcohol? What more false […]

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Wandering Ideas on Streets

When I was but a kid Taught about the beauty of life And privilege of being a human child I was grateful to nature. Then I grew up to know more than myself I grew up to know him and her and them. I met the society and it’s hem […]

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