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The Great Tsunami Of Our Growing Grief written 3/2.2021--retitled 3/14/2021

Words Between Edward And Jane

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This Is What Mermaids Dream Of

My Grey Haired Love...La La Lullaby , La La Lullaby My Love

You Do As You Please 8/17/2005 found poem, readjusted 6/20/22

Anti-Poem Number Three 8/2/2022 Or, A Poem Your Proper Mother Wouldn't Write

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A Girl Is More Than a Beautiful Box re-edited 10:15pm PST 1/31/22


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In And In Between The Silence 6/21/2022

Each One Of Them Is Accounted For (And Matters)

The Fire Once Within Goes Cold From Lack

Like Books Full Of Stories Stacked Behind Her

Call It Grace (another Anti-poem)

Like A Small Street Dog Lured In By The Promise Of Meat


Lights Out

Saudade: the feeling of wanting to be near someone who is far and distant

That No One But I Will Know (anti-poetry)

To Be In The Way

For My Brother T. J. ( 7/15/2022)

That Once Respite Cave

Dr. Frankenstein's Surprise (Re-Galvanized)

When Mr. Bemish Lost His Last Good Pair of Glasses

A Stranger In a Strange And Angry Land.

Crimson Lake (From 2008, flashing forward to 2022/April 19)

Words Being Yours...Until The Grave 4/23/2022

Summer Storms / Electric Monsters

Your Candle Burning In the Wind

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Great Big Waterproof World

John had a great big
waterproof world to rely on.
Gone were the waves
and the Ocean and the Sea.
Had no more reason
to put his coat and boots on.
Gone were the people
thus the problems
he was free.
No more words to bully
but, no more shoulders to cry on.
John had a great big
waterproof world to rely on.  

Meloo/ Melissa A. Howells Tilt-A-World
Copyright November 23rd 2010 All Right Reserved
Welcome to our Brave New World, John, though waterproof it is not.

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