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The Hoping

Home, Ghuey, Sweet Home

Some Children Have Nightmares (tentative title)

Night Train


wandering the rolling hills ...(written for his model)

All The Changing....


Lonesome Love

two out of three people

A Start Again...(I Green-Dreamed Again Last Night)

The Little Bird Said

cat speech

Funny, Not Funny

All You Have To Do Is Breathe....


A Dog Should Have His Tail...

Enough to Clear The Clouds Away 4/13/2019

Checking Out


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Last Night

Someone Send Out A Search Party

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Only The Choice To Be

When People Go

The Day You Left (Words From A Half-Remembered Dream)

Wake Wake Wake

It Is In The Rain

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landscapes escapes to dreamscapes

landscapes, escapes to dreamscapes
you've got a taxi cab mind

you're the driver and away
you'll fly fly fly
a multi-color carpet carousel
a tornadic highway up to

its a freedom train
to flee the brain
up into the stratosphere
high into the blue
where every cloud's a
different hue
and varying shape

landscapes, escapes to dreamscapes
you've got a taxi cab mind
so drive

woke up with this mostly fully formed in my head
this happens sometimes. its fun.
there was a joyful cadence which seemed to
be demanding to be remembered, so I wrote down
what I could recall as best as I could.
this happened sometime before Labor Day, though
my recollection of which day, is not so good.
so, we'll say it was written the 29th or there abouts.

Copyright August 29, 2014, All Rights Reserved By This Author
All Poetry/Rants/Prose/Idea are the Legal Property of this Writer
Meloo/Melissa A Howells/ Straight from her Tilt-a-World

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