Allowed to Forget
January 4, 2012
Allow me the silence that ...
A poor rag-picker girl's survival on a cold night
A black box of self confidence
or, a black hole of impudence --
The chasm between the dream & the reality
The magic of seasons changing, and night descending.
The clash of wild approaching night with fenced in backyards...
A somewhat dark perspective on the life and aspirations of a writer and artis...
poem is told in the voice of the poet's then two year old husband. i've used ...
a biographical poem...a love poem...
An early poem circa 1973
i think tags describe enough
the cold of almost-winter, standing on my back porch, holding my earnest wish...
By Diane Ludeking 6/9/10
My car has unwittingly become my sanctuar...
clutching to his shivering chest his pebbles to gather them in a place of kno...
theologically thinking we all are right now.
this poem is absolutely brilliant
... living under a layer of pessimism to protect a fragile optimism.
a woman who considers herself both christian and a Jew, sits shiva for an unk...
A song in the traditional western style of folk music, which I wrote to be ac...
A Haikuesque poem inspired by comments made by Ricky TwoHawks on the poem The...
playing with a thought
A rather pessimistic view of life.
It's so sad when the d's move.
Thoughts occur, Poems arrive…
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