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Once Wooded Streets

Set down the suit, remove the shoes

Lose the socks and like new peruse

The grass between each toe.

Let the light, as giver of life

Flow over and caress the skin,

Warming without and healing within;

Find peace among the leaves.


Heart exposed, in feeling know

There is much more here than eyes can show,

Look past the brown and green

To realms unseen, where happiness...

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Today we’ll learn to build a wordstone wall,

substantial as the one before you now.

It must survive hard frosts; wild gales and squalls;

ride seismic shifts; endure the shunts of cows.


First we think about what it’s for.

The purpose might be to keep your chattels penned

or keep intruders out.

It may define the boundaries of your tract

or simply be aesthetic.


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Know something's amiss:
Passing paperclips
Beneath fingertips
Tingle with promise

The ego gone wrong
In fashioning pain
As some kind of game
In guise of being strong

Yet elsewhere bombs fall
Of course we can care
The cowardly dare
To answer the call

False means to atone
For wallowing guilt
At all the blood spilt
That isn't your own

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