One Day Will Come

  The weather seems perfect    in Honolulu Even if rain    on old Oahu.   It never lasts long    but comes and then goes, The weather is perfect    in Honolulu.   Three times per day,    maybe some more; Some rains last longer,    like that or a war.   Two-Hundred years,    a revolving door, Each generation    (which […] Continue reading

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The Land O Plenty

~  In the Land O Plenty a tow-head is born to a freshly made married young couple.   They had gotten themselves perhaps into trouble, from whence a tow-head got formed.   Her family, all farmers, migrate from strip-farms to steel-mills in Depression and war.   His, they’re all vets, from Union and Rebel; they’re […] Continue reading

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Tit for Tat

One day, mid-day, maybe noon, not before, there came a loud crashing and thrashing at door. I was resting from reading an old poem of Poe’s, and I’d just laid back when I started to doze. The noise now awoke me, and my senses still slow, a flutter then flapping, would stop and then go. […] Continue reading

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Eudaimonia

~ The birds all fall into accolades, on the mornings of Central Virginia. ~ Colorful chorals that can escalade –      pro forma,      concerti,      eudaimonia.  ~ On and on, no stoppage of song, way long after morning’s forgotten. ~ All in all, a sound, a melodious funk; as it rises […] Continue reading

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