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An Old Friend

“It’s been a good winter.  A long sleep full of dreams”

“Have you missed me?”

“Not really.”

Dreams

At the Chiang Mai Market

Sometimes our senses are on high alert, taking in an abundance of sight, sound, smell, taste. The market where my aunties shop in Chiang Mai is this kind of place, so rich in everything that I wonder how I can take it all in. 181 more words

Amphibious

LISTEN TO THE RHYTHMS OF THE FALLING RAIN...

LISTEN TO THE RHYTHMS OF THE FALLING RAIN…


In that vast hinterland that we call pre-history there lived many generations of Owongos, and they all had two things in common. 857 more words

Fiction

Stranger From The Desert

Waiting

We live here

An oasis

Yet you create

Only desert around here

No warning

You came from nowhere

An anomaly

You are something unknown… 30 more words

Poetry

'Day & Night' -- a bit of Cinquain

DAY & NIGHT

I wake;
Sunbeams flow in;
They energize my soul.
I rise to meet the day’s demands;
Then rest.

I sleep.
Releasing care, 14 more words

UP FOR REVIEW

I am EXTREMELY disappointed in the

quality of my waking life as of late

and its delusions of grandeur don’t

help it abide

to keep me from slipping sliding back… 29 more words

On Waking

Wake into
the tender rearrangement
of white morning sheets,

not like these springtime
birds, all chirrup
and delicate song. This

is an altogether
quieter thing, 72 more words