Ken e Bujold : Writing

I Saw the Old Man Looking Down

I Saw the Old Man Looking Down

A Poem by Ken e Bujold


I saw the old man looking downsly like the old foxI knew him to be.A twenty-something blouseripening raisins in the sunflicked him a peekshe'd seen hi..
An Attempted Apology

An Attempted Apology

A Poem by Ken e Bujold


I arrived late having goneleft instead ofright: my sense of directionimpaired. I said,"I'm sorry. Yousee I'm being pulledtoo much, too soonto speak to..
Rise, And Give No Mercy

Rise, And Give No Mercy

A Poem by Ken e Bujold


"inspired by a reading of W.S. Merwin's Blind William's Song"
Absolute

Absolute

A Poem by Ken e Bujold


Time will stay then, absolute like the oak of youth once climbed in hope of finding a higher plane. Since truth, once heard can never be unh..
Why Must I Toss Through Turning Pages

Why Must I Toss Through Turning Pages

A Poem by Ken e Bujold


Why must I toss through turning pages the mid-night thoughts of feverish bards, hell-bent for Aphrodite's pleasure; why dance with clumsy feet so..
Who Had Who When (Final Version)

Who Had Who When (Final Version)

A Poem by Ken e Bujold


Shifted and sifted
The One Who Went Away (Final Version)

The One Who Went Away (Final Version)

A Poem by Ken e Bujold


'Many thanks to friend W Munn for his keen eyes, help in wrestling last few stray steers into line.'
In Transit

In Transit

A Poem by Ken e Bujold


Still winter, my tan sends me a postcard from some Tiki bar in Thailand. Having a great time, wishing you well, the b*****d writes. I ta..
A Lark In Time

A Lark In Time

A Poem by Ken e Bujold


Drink up your words,like a good poet should.Make sure you're well andtruly soddened. A jar ofmulberry rhymes may turnyou yet, into a Butler, Pope,or s..
A Mountain, Glinting Through the Sun

A Mountain, Glinting Through the Sun

A Poem by Ken e Bujold


'Self explanatory, don't think anyone needs to ask how I feel about this man"

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