Tag Archives: Childhood

The Golden Dusk Hour

  In the golden dusk hour silence settles over everything like an uneasy shroud Unearthly silence, and a haunting stillness like the pause between heartbeats Mother Nature holding her breath The muted ground moans echoing throughout the galaxy Bones rattling … Continue reading

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Songs On The Cross

      From one of my nine self-published chapbooks of poetry, titled Jewels In The Dust And Other Hidden Trinkets: Jesus was a lovely man Shining and humble, always so willing to reach out a hand to any fellow … Continue reading

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The Magic of Christmas

The magic of Christmas is the childhood of an aged and weary soul is the infinite childhood where even the most disillusioned of dreams reclines at ease, untampered, undisturbed The magic of Christmas is born in the heart but is … Continue reading

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Three Poems For Our Inner Child

The joyful mischevious smile of a child is sometimes all it takes to make your day I’m beginning to fly in my dreams again and experiencing things I felt as a child The greens golds and crimson against the soft blue … Continue reading

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