WHEN LOOKING UP; DON’T LOOK BACK

  One born to song and sorrow One killed by serpent’s bite One lost to hands of Hades One walk from dark to light If I could say to hold the note If I could say to keep the chord If I could say that she will follow And that fear should be ignored One […]

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MYTHS OF MAN

  Far we have come from the gardens of wild roses. Here, by this river running home to waiting wave we stop and take turns tipping toes into the tide. What if all we touched was troubled? What if all the gold no longer bought the glory? Far we have come from the kingdom of […]

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SUNKEN SHIPS AT SEA

  And down fell the sun and drowned within the sea and rough raged the wreckage as the sailors tried to flee. And down fell the sun as a storm claimed the skies and water stole the rafters and silence crushed the cries. And down fell the sun as the sirens swam to shore and […]

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From Myth to Man on Valentines

Reworking an old piece for Saint Valentine…   When I was a boy I dreamt of you daily, when I was 20 I thought I knew you, as I fall into 40 I fear we’ve never met, but I’ve loved you, you know, since childhood, since I saw what it meant to hold someone’s hand […]

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From Myth to Man in 37 Years

  When I was a boy I dreamt of you daily, When I was 20 I thought I knew you, As I fall toward 40 I’m not sure we’ve ever met, But I’ve loved you, you know, since childhood; Since I saw what it meant to hold someone’s hand And understood what that touch could […]

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