the shades in your voice

your voice is beautiful, clear burnt with subtle desire and splashed with the freshest hues like melon, dawn yellow and eternal azure reminds me to remain honest and true, to never stray far from the what that makes us free; your voice---there are tornadoes and sunshine in it---moves me

A Peculiar Cloud

the way I hold sorrow nowadays is released in songs and quietness; it's edged with exhaustion and undercurrented with peace it's a peculiar silver-lined cloud i've not preferred the loud wails and epic thunder- storms, hurricanes, floods for quite some time now, prefer a more moderate climate to weather these worries and woes don't let... Continue Reading →

Sir Frances Wyatt’s Dream

of a country full and free tasting of glory and zoe blossoming where all nature, breath, voice and heart blazes with praises to an Almighty One and His covering falls on us thickly, freshly, a land of holy freedom... America My country,' tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of thee I sing; land where... Continue Reading →

Humble River

The last stanza of Longfellow's 'Paul Revere's Ride' stirs something within. Here it is. So through the night rode Paul Revere; And so through the night went his cry of alarm To every Middlesex village and farm,--- A cry of defiance, and not of fear, A voice in the darkness, a knock at the door,... Continue Reading →

love for lunatics

i want to collect all the broken pieces, and all the good parts, too, all the sweet hearts that pass my way, to gather them all up in my arms and hold them close until they know how much i adore their beauty and mess without any weirdness to kiss the bloody beating things, excise... Continue Reading →

The Sun of Righteousness

And then the rays of Opening Light Shoot out over mountain tops To a symphony of colors and choirs In ten-dimensional Hallelujahs And tesseract-ed Major7 chords; I am gloriously suspended in the Freshest Dawn I've ever known, And I can't wait, Father, I can't wait To see what You'll do this Today

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