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Wanting to be earthed

Oh..Lord I prayed sincerely to you To stick my broken teeth well down with glue But you did not heed my desperate prayer So I went to my dentist; had to pay her! So I feel angry  and you are … Continue reading

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A paradox

I ponder on the laws to stop hate speech Racism, sexism, antisemitism Do they make worse the hatred underneath Like  self-righteous folk  hold evil out of reach Between what is and  what is good  lies schism I ponder on the laws … Continue reading

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Afraid of falling, slowness, ridicule

The thought of writing sonnets made me scared I’d read the Shakespeare, Donne , the genius  poets Marvell , metaphysical, I’d  heard A plaque marks  Highgate Hill where he once wrote. I  did not wonder if a female mind Was impediment to … Continue reading

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A friendship is not bought in pounds and pence.

If kind to you, I’m cruel to me, myself For my true nature’s not perceived by you My health’s  not sickness, sickness is not health You, a hunter seeking prey by stealth Are snatching  private feelings to your view If … Continue reading

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For someone non-existent, God has power

For someone non-existent  God has power To wreck the world he learns from every  hour. He is not here or there or where at all And yet we do have evidence of Fall. Why  must men be angry as they … Continue reading

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Life is what we know

  When soft winds blow and air strokes our bare skin. When days are long like melodies of youth, when light wakes up the soul from out her sin Then shall we know when this sweet life is truth? When … Continue reading

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