There were dreams written, names etched by fingertips into dust On the shiny metal walls above the heads of transiting passengers There were nets of metal mesh to catch sky diving pigeons Grids of clouded glass and the occasional rectangle of blue Ho! I saw a bird fly over outside.. Its shadow pass the clouded … More Sunnyside Conservatory
I knock on doors I find people, seek them out in their isolated homes The second house from the end on the left, with the cement colored statues of geese in the front yard And the ficus tree I knock and then I wait A woman comes to the front door in a … More
“The suggestion might be that there’s some hard-wiring there that can interfere with the average man’s ability to interact on deeper levels with really hot looking stranger women in bikinis,” From a Princeton study about men’s reactions to scantily clad women. http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/02/19/women.bikinis.objects/index.html Another conclusion worthy of note “Taken together, the research suggests that viewing certain … More Quote of the day!
Close your eyes and envision night in the sea Away from our eyes, at rest from our world, water swells and laps Bleached white from time, edges worn soft Driftwood’s travels’ are lost paths round the world through moons and winters and springs Under unknown sunsets, sunrises and timeless quiet From the thick silence of … More Creation in destruction
My my my I saw white shoes gleaming in the sun, hanging from shoelaces on a power-line Ornaments of the electrical strands that encircle our streets Electrify our homes I saw cutouts of light filtered down from new green Columns of magenta paper flowers Fields of white poppies wafting like slow melodies or women’s skirts … More Homage to the trees of Oakland