Tales of the Tribe

  Tales of the Tribe http://wp.me/p102ON-E6  Synopsis: Society creates the stories it tells itself: factual, specious, apocryphal, dishonest; by any rendition, according to Wallace Stevens, will still be a fiction.  Myth wears the clothes of its culture, will always be a social fact, and those who would eschew these basic facets of humanity, will prove […] Continue reading

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Haunted

  ~ And then, you would call when no one at all would least of all      expect it. And again, complain – again, the same – The same old feeling,      of discomfit. How life is so bad, and how you’re so sad,      but there’s nothing      to be […] Continue reading

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Corbies

  ~ The winter birds have moved to town and settled my Maple branches; but not for long, they sing no song, these cronies of Corbies, Comanches! A banded gang of all black bird, bandits that hang in tether. What gives them the right is their power and might, flexing their feathers together. This hungry […] Continue reading

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Narbona’s Sonnet

  Prologue: The Mexican people, and the native Pueblo, steal from each other, and fight Navajo. Three native nations, just seeking to Be, elides observation, except Apache. ~ Hot! is the color of summer air; boiling, the sand, it spreads everywhere. Water adds value – if only there were; God knows! what value, of nothing […] Continue reading

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Immortals

So there you still go now, So once the young man! Now broken and beat up: Is this how you end? Once we were special! Or thought so, back then – Immortal! we thought us! Such powerful men. Nothing would hurt us, On this we depend: Invincible cowpokes, Of the Rio Grande. To think that […] Continue reading

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The Color Of Yellow

~ The Daffodil appears at will,     decked-out in dapper yellow. No Hesitation – Presentation!     becomes the dashing fellow. In bearing some green, only amber is seen,     the color,     a friendly logo. We spoil the child, which makes him wild.     One cannot     but stop, […] Continue reading

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