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the brightest stars, already dead.

Am I to be burned as a witch?
the conflagration rises
burning my squinted eyes
flaming orbs obscure the truth
burning my squinted eyes
flaming eyes obscure the truth… 180 more words

The things we will never have.

More to the point, what I meant to say was ‘why we fight for the things we will never get.”

Here’s the context I meant it in. 713 more words

Journal Entry

Obama Celebrates "Pre-Deal". Iran Refutes. American Pastor Still in Iranian Jail.

I wonder what our Founding Fathers would think of a President who seeks to allow one of our mortal enemies the means by which to annihilate us, while this same enemy continues to hold captive an American, simply because he is a Christian Pastor? 1,301 more words

Politics

thrilling

a concept does not lead to reality
blindly, believingly
i felt one
where there were many, or none

i drag a buck knife across my heart… 23 more words

WEEK TWENTY-TWO: LOW TIDE

When I was a small child, my parents rented a summer cottage on Cape Cod Bay.  I awoke the first morning at dawn, excited about a day at the beach.  199 more words

Naiveté

I was very naive, but I think most people are when they set out trying to conceive. When I come across the evidence of my naiveté in my daily life I am filled with regret and sadness. 534 more words