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Circuitry

Circuitry The electric circuitry paces An environmental complex even as The swinging of one’s cradle Accelerates to and fro And to and fro: Finally dislodges me. Acquiring media as extension Of my biped humanity, Transcends uneventfully circles Of this child’s … Continue reading

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Recite!

If my memory still serves me right, back in kindergarten, we were taught a rhyme that went like this: “…away with coffee, away with tea, milk, milk come to me!…” At home I was however reciting  — nay, more like … Continue reading

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walking on sand & sea

walking on sand and sea how can i mark time with my footprints in the sand beneath glassy sea? © ssj 2017 Author’s note:  In the above photo, the texture of the clear sea on sand may seem hard, rough and … Continue reading

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Panda Alert!

It certainly would be a surprise to find a panda at one’s door! If you were in such a situation, what would you do? 🙂 The photo below is of Ibzy and Imzy, romancing the panda! No! Actually, they are simply … Continue reading

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how many ways can a wave wash to shore?

how many ways can a wave wash to shore? blithely as a titter, lazing like a lamb, or stirring a trifling whiff of temper, lusty as a gust of wind licking the windowpane, white horses with flowing manes kicking up … Continue reading

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Prime Time

1 Presidents of the World The man i see on news time always is Smiling white teeth and all In a time now when kidnapping Is a profitable preoccupation Cosmos falling falling down Descended plutonium blasting The inhibitions in us … Continue reading

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The Fish of the Current

And what have become of your historic compromise between your christians and your valid communists, parliamentary procedures and your program of government? They have other things in mind: of their unemployed sons and daughters the billows of pollutants from steel-ribbed … Continue reading

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