Tag: cycles

  • Conversation

    Conversation by Carmen H Gray   “I want what she has” Said air to the water Making and breaking bonds So easily I will absorb you And change you But water said, “I will be a heavy burden to you” As it dripped back down again And air sighed its flighty sigh  

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  • Our Lady of the Laundromat

    Our Lady of the Laundromat by Carmen H Gray Unwashed towels Sweat-soaked linens All the grime hidden In the stains And the dirt On my favorite skirt Belies her purity Our Lady of the Laundromat Where you cannot get your money back Even when the machine is broken Your clothes all soaked in A cathartic…

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  • Rhythm

    It is important to revisit places and books because their meaning changes with the reconstruction of you.  Often you catch a different essence of a character or a place further down the road of life. Yesterday afternoon I went on a walk that I’ve been on over several hundred times.  I felt a sense of…

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