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Sky riding
You ask what I see
We gather together
Plant flowers
She doesn’t
I have walked
Even when I have no friends
I know I don’t say it
We sat silently
Softly in
Strange
I guess I tried
I don’t touch you
Thank God for birthdays in November
Deep
At times I fill up within me
Pity little girl,
Ifit kills you
What ought to be
As i enfold the
Let’s not think
Little kids underfoot
Ifyou left me yesterday
I met myselfgoing down
It’s the gray dusk
Death is the clown;
Seeking to be
Yesterday’s roses
Ifbeing hurt
Sometimes I’m very lonely
When or if
Please
IfI can have
Everybody is
I went out and bought a train
I don’t take the time
The sun is warm
Baby’s
The lonely pounding
I have lingered
Sometimes
It doesn’t really hurt
How often
It’s been a long time
We laughed a lot
I must not love
It’s hard to find
I have ended many summers
I remember
IfI can live
I’m feeling
And so an era ends
I’m funny about touching
From notions
And so we stood
I could be
Or I could be
I remember the times
I don’t think
Words
Walking
For no one ever told me
It’s really something
Moving on
What people need
Still waters
Winter rain
Don’t talk
Silken lady
It’s hard to say
We never
I’m sorry
Before we start to cry
I want to say
You and I
Softly
To be
Attics
Relative to
When you flew
I guess I came down
I’ve never regretted
I guess it’s true
I can wait
The spot where
I grew up
There you go
Don’t worry
The only thing
I guess that what
There was a time
Here,
Long after tonight,
In the ballroom
I still catch myself
There is a line,
Do not come to me
In the moment
Love is a glove,
I am not gone
I thought ofyou today,
Your love has gone,
To you
Without a thought
Goodness and passion
Good bye,
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A Life On The Periphery

A Life On The Periphery

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This volume is a collection of poetry spanning four decades and addressing a wide range of elements of the human condition, including life and death, love that works and love that doesn't, and observations—sometimes unconventional—about the best and worst within us and around us.
This volume is a collection of poetry spanning four decades and addressing a wide range of elements of the human condition, including life and death, love that works and love that doesn't, and observations—sometimes unconventional—about the best and worst within us and around us.

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