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Tag Archives: Martha Landman
Inspired by Jewel Kilcher Some really know their girls but don’t count me in It takes a long time for envy to skin a man Not everyone likes a prince naked or women without secrets indulging in run-down galleries and … Continue reading
And like the murmur of a dream, I heard her breathe my name. Samuel Taylor Coleridge Allured by the prize money, I considered answering the call for submission of love poems; but I knew our love is not for sale, … Continue reading
for Peter Racing horses beat fidelity all over a rock-and-roll man. There is you, there is me and that makes for two in Mathematics when a delicious man cooks his world in Thai. Your family celebrates a royal birth seven … Continue reading
A psychotherapist shouldn’t be writing novels sipping one coffee after the other when dogs are fed and children in bed, she may do better breathing in the sweet smell of the Yesterday- Today-and-Tomorrow caressing the night air, dreaming Brazilian dreams … Continue reading
A tired smile meets the alcohol on his breath the world’s best poet bicycles   past the abandoned station Indian dust nonchalantly / lazily loiters on his tatty shoes The poet, coerced by curiosity, shakes the sun out of … Continue reading
These thoughts carry me as faithfully as Susi and Chuma carried Livingstone’s mummified corpse through Africa. – Tomas Tranströmer 365 days of the year less 19 poems I wrote on leap day in my childhood country’s Levubu valley banana plantations … Continue reading