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Inevitable

Inevitable

A Poem by RWE


Our Tango

Our Tango

A Poem by RWE


In a silent starlit studio our letters leak and link in smooth strokes flow my black, your red ink a word dance we know cursive and curlicues ..
Old Country Chorus

Old Country Chorus

A Poem by RWE


I spied a swallow strewn straw atop barn-beam perch dawn-painted face above, amidst her hatchings’ hubbub old country chorus rusty-ri..
Clocked

Clocked

A Poem by RWE


Hear the tick-tock, love’s truest meter; hands upon a clock, showing the hour, her your valued treasure, moments, memories, time... love&..
Lost in Letters

Lost in Letters

A Poem by RWE


When in every line I somehow find a tale-trail to me alas, I must see... I’ve lost my mind.
The Dorset Dandelion

The Dorset Dandelion

A Poem by RWE


Hallelujah! we rejoice this sunny, joyous day this twenty-two June spring buds summer green ‘neath Charon, Pluto’s moon forty years..
A Zero-Sum Game

A Zero-Sum Game

A Poem by RWE


She’s rain on a flicker-flame, a straight arrow from a wild aim, a blizzard on the twentieth of June, a blood-red sun after a blue moon. Sh..
Day-Lily Wild

Day-Lily Wild

A Poem by RWE


Oh, fence-row child, orange atop green; June day-lily wild, amongst, between our spring and fall, new corn and beans, old road..
Blinded

Blinded

A Poem by RWE


Reflections on recent events.
My Hollow Body

My Hollow Body

A Poem by RWE


The violin is among my favorite instruments, and Caroline Campbell is among the best, especially “Skyfall” live.

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