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Upon These Waters

06-05-16 Rudderless, slipping, sliding, gliding, Over shallow, deep, and hallowed Wedded lakes. Creek-chains binding, Winding, whittling ways between The sumac, cedar, pine. My paddle dips and tallies, Through nature’s splendid alleys Oh sweet intoxication of forest wine! Perch dart into … Continue reading

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Hold On

07/18/13 I’d like to smile inside And age the smile like wine Restrain its tangy youth For deeper taste And slight intoxication, warm and full. So hold, hold on. Ferment with the appointed bitters That tame too instant sweet; Confine, … Continue reading

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