Category Archives: Original Poetry

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The Rain

THE RAIN by Justme The clouds they sang as if in pain. A human child then felt the rain. Water and being for the first time met The boy announced ‘I am wet’ Tall people busy about their day Umbrellas … Continue reading

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The Field

THE FIELD by Justme Swaying playing knee high grass Ripples across an endless promenade of green A snaking dizzy trampled human path Jigsaws the scene As a lazy haze of darting midgets hug the prickly hawthorn which flanks as a … Continue reading

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Please stay with me

PLEASE STAY WITH ME By Justme Please stay with me Just a little while The breath is fading Closing is the night And the skin above my eyes Are like the sails filled with gusty might I fight the sailors … Continue reading

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Dance with me oh child of God

DANCE WITH ME OH CHILD OF GOD By Justme Dance with me, oh child of God For love has left me and enchantment took it’s place. Spin me not but look upon mine face For love has danced with me, … Continue reading

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Eyes closed then wider opened

EYES CLOSED THEN WIDER OPENED By Justme Eyes closed then wider opened, I enter a higher land. While smoothing touch of air, of wind, seduces my skin on face. Soft and warm, fulfilling, I welcome its gentle, caring touch. If … Continue reading

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The Moon

   THE MOON by Justme As ancients seen, so do I A throbbing light, a painted globe Upon a pinpricked sparkled sky Suspended in the nothingness of black. Always there, poetic universal rhyme Dangling upon an invisible track Of time … Continue reading

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Tree

Today, I am a tree. My long, gangly limbs arc upwards and embrace the heavens my roots spiral down into the dark, damp, dirt a ganglia of a million beautifully tangled connections. I am here because you breathed life into … Continue reading

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Flame of Truth

You can take it all, burn it up, no longer is it needed. a name, a place, a job, a life, an anchor to something solid. I am nothing and no one Fire of truth consume me I rest in … Continue reading

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Upon Seeing You Cry

           Love is like water. I am love. You are too. If you crack me open, I do not break rather, picture a pebble momentarily splitting the water’s surface and then, the quiet stillness resumes. Water, … Continue reading

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The crystalline moon

by Lisa The crystalline moon Pours a luminous shaker of pale Tinsel over the dancing doily Powder patterns On this lover’s night in winter. Such a shivery time For the heat of this distraction. But only the true fire of … Continue reading

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