Tag Archives: J. W. Mark

Tracing Pathways

Wear the yellow dress and shiver Down the side street paved in Winter We will trudge our winter pathway While you blaze emboldened angel Through the ashen Winter landscape Frozen silent in the snow We will line our journey outwards … Continue reading

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Lost Items

Forced unmelting, wet: a take down washed – The sledding hill defeated, dashed by flood demeanor streaming, breached gone progress, cold archival snow: Un-arctic, un-projected fall the snow bank, shrinks to water and defeated stream begins to flow. In gray … Continue reading

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Beside the Fallen Cherry Tree

Beside the fallen cherry tree With our afternoon’s arrival held             In fugue sweat drenched rancor,             Autumn sunset, orange wash tidings. Lunching comets strung together Cherry blossoms on the green grass Shards of root rings, lined existence. In the air I … Continue reading

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