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Tag Archives: Scott Thomas Outlar
Those politics will eat you for breakfast and leave the empty plate smeared with grease That’s not God in your needle That’s not love in your message That’s not virtue in your stained glass That’s not power in your eyes … Continue reading
Place your tax break near my lower bracket and then brace for balance upon impact as I send you swirling toward the higher class of holy angels that walk amongst us here on earth. Place your precious lips around the … Continue reading
Here is a poem with its eyes cut out, bound in darkness, blinded by ignorance, branded with a mark on its forehead that would make Cain toss and turn in his grave from disbelief. Here is a chest with a … Continue reading
Crossing the bridge from distortion into silence creates the electric hum of a new awakening. If art is an unfolding rhythm then life must be a song in motion. There are certain comparisons that never seem to pop up on … Continue reading
When the luster fades there is less Not every sterling piece of silver remains pristine Not every star in the sky continues to shine Most of these slowly burn away Scott Thomas Outlar hosts the site https://17Numa.wordpress.com where links to … Continue reading
The best part of being with you was the poems that were born after our time was over. That might sound callous and mean, but, hell, I never claimed to be a saint. Tally up another one on the list… … Continue reading