poetry

Forgiving Nature’s Keeper

Mother grew a garden,it met our every need.She tended it with careand gave to us the key. We skipped and jumped,Eyes wide with glee.We gazed with aweat her beauty. We gobbled her fruitand drank from her spring.We sat by her brook,though it got boring. We plucked her branchesleaf by leaf.We dug up her groundfor more bounty. Little fingers terrorizedbeasts… Continue reading Forgiving Nature’s Keeper

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Sit and Wait

Keep me here a little while protect me from the strange recirculating stories that sabotage this place. Fear patrols the bars that hold the masses by the base with intellect and reason and death's demonic face. Viral plague outruns the race of economic gain at least for a little while we sit around and wait.… Continue reading Sit and Wait