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The first time ever I saw your face

Face to Face

by Tomas Tranströmer

translated by Patty Crane


In February existence stood still.

The birds didn’t fly willingly and the soul

chafed against the landscape as a boat… 899 more words


Discourse of the Animals: The Black Panther and other poems

You came to me
Of course.  As you were
from time immemorial.
You followed the messenger
walking towards me,
and you are the message.
That other one
was warned off,
told not to try to
touch you. 215 more words

Ridgewood Manor

That place filled with sunlight
and laughter
full of coconut oil and quinoa
her smile warmed by tea with honey
occasionally whiskey;

She was equal parts Joy and Passion… 32 more words



I fished out
Something beautiful
When we talked that day
About Hope, not the type
That hypes fate but loses out
In reality but a little girl… 221 more words


Ears open

to your words,

a voice leaving

no smoothness

of skin.


Back To Me

After the golden age of my childhood I lost my way
A tiny sea shell swept up and cast out to the sea
Lost in the world only given rose colored glasses… 188 more words