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EDENBRAY ~ RETROSPECTIVE – 14

The Maiden Rover Originally written in 1998 & posted and re-written ~ July 18. 2011 . . . . Four generations stood that cold February morning  and heard the feet who brought the grey coffin  crush the cold, crisp snow. . Four … Continue reading

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O MARIE!

O’ MARIE ….. ….. He was tangled in weed, tangled in weed Distanced by her lip-gloss smile Stranded, marooned, curtailed, ejected He wandered the earth looking for solace For a rolled pillow on which he may lay his head Not … Continue reading

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WHITE POST – TWO

White Post – Two .. I’m on my way to the white post again The white post calling me since I was six? I follow the dog who is pulling the hardest I always get to the white post the … Continue reading

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NINETEEN

Nineteen I said when I was nineteen I would lead a useful life. Throw off the angst of adolescence, become a man of endeavour and history but do we ever really achieve? Even when we have scaled the walls of … Continue reading

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