Category Archives: Poetry

Infinite Waters

Return us to the place of setting sun over Water, the crab pots hanging from Breakers, liquid fire reflecting our past and Present.   The brick house on the water stands, blue Shutters, brilliantly in the fading burn. The Smoke … Continue reading

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A Whisper of Abraham by Catherine D. Prewitt and Austin B. Ricketts

“There’s a wooden folding table But the leaves are in the attic Under boxes and boxes of porcelain dolls. I thought about their faces last night And the faces of my family And for some reason I was Endeared to … Continue reading

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Australian

It was a vision populated by bamboo bars And eucalyptus trees.  Her hands were Rough, a complete surprise.  But maybe That’s because I’m sexist.  Or sexless.   Australia is a land full of mixed up animals. It seems like every … Continue reading

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Marian Vision

Beauty will you sit with me, At the edge of reality, In the dark times of night?   A mother’s kiss would Do away with unwanted Dreams.  Mares of the night Yield to a Marian sight, An aeviternal light.   … Continue reading

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I am the Serif

I am the serif.  I speak in songs and participles. I am the curve on a Möbius strip, waxing. Waning, I am a pair of eyes through a lemniscate lens.   I am a sole person with a soul task.  … Continue reading

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