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A Rose By Any Other Name

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A Rose By Any Other Name

 

If I were a doctor

Treating your wounds

And infections

Your bile and liver

You would welcome me

 

If I were a restaurateur

Feeding you for free

Flavouring your drinks

Would you not welcome me?

 

I am clockmaker

Yellow gold

Like summer sun

 

I drift

On the breeze

And still

You do not welcome me

 

I am the l...

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Iguodala

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photo credit: Kari Musil 

Like whiskey aged

Mellowed

Slowed down

Old school

Remembered for it’s bite

Some flavors are acquired taste

Between dark history

And magic fairies 

Is a legacy of ghosts

Who will not be stilled

By death or passage into

Other dimensions

Weeds are designated

By those with shallow perspectiv...

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He Likes His Point Of View

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painting: Janice Lee Porter

photo credit: Bill Cottman 

 He Likes His Point Of View

Adamas is known to be oppositional and augmentative

Agreeing with other points of view

Seem bland when there’s no definitive position

                         And perspective shifts like tsunami sands

Astigmatized visions rule this world and

Mark

Every tale of triumph with disgrace and in...

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