Cars in Summer – Hour 16

The car is waiting outside Mom calls, “Hurry up, you guys!” Sister runs down the stairs While I try and find my games The sun shines bright outside And the car heats up inside As we drive on the highway Past fields and fields There…

World – Hour 15

(Before the world, there was a world)   It was dark, but also light It was black, but also white There was nothing But at the same time everything The universe had big plans A new world was about to start Which would last longer…

Don’t stop belivin’

Don’t stop belivin’ In what you have dreamt For the world is ment To keep you depressing.   Don’t stop belivin’ For after every sunset There is a new hope of sunrise So keep hoping till you become achieving.   Don’t stop belivin’ For it…

The baby pigeon

One fine morning as I stood in balcony To breathe in the air freshy My eyes caught sight of A pigeon grey-black on the corner pot.   As our sights held each other together She hastly ran and took on flight. This was what everyday…

Ramblin’ Man

Child of the 70’s I am probably a half-a-decade behind that musically favoring the 60’s Not much into the Allmans though lots of friends certainly were rearview-mirroring my peers I get it now because I lived it then Lord, I was born a ramblin’ man…

Wisdom of the child

I was not even one year-old When my inquisitive nature Dipped my li’l hand on fluid white Burning all the baby cell to ruin.   Pathetic was my condition With a massive dressing on And baby child have no freedom But this was the call…

The Soul’s cry

Let us go then, you and I To the mountain castle Over the east horizon.   To the mountain castle Which is explicit outside But inside is dark and dingy.   Over the east horizon Which was always calling on As if I have some…

The Signs

Tales of tea and tarot decks Voodoo priestesses and lords Precious gems and stones cut raw Oils and scents and trunks galore Witches brew and boiling potions Magic spells cast on wild shores Ouija boards that channeled spirits Cuban cigars, dark rum, folklore Genies waiting…

Living on a Prayer (prompt 30, Hour 24)

My family was never really religious. We were a mixed family, Catholic and Assembly of God. Both had strict dogmas that prevented them from marrying outside their faiths, so, of course, that is what Mom and Dad wanted to do. They succeeded. The Catholics won,…

I Want To Break Free (2019 Poem 24)

morning has broken should i stay or should i go fly like an eagle i want to break free boulevard of broken dreams with or without you killing me softly another one bites the dust how deep is your love the final countdown we didn’t…

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