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Peach Blossum Spring

Cracks in the sidewalk- Dirt lots strewn with broken dreams- Grey wings on rooftops- Trees spread through iron gateways- A forest of steel limbs   Streets of the city. Drifting through life eternal, Ghosts sit on benches. Memories are painted

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Dogs of Spring

Spring wind swirling blooms, Last chill borne upon the breeze. Dogs walk on the road.

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Celebrating Memory

Death is part of the cycle of nature.  Without death, there is no chance of rebirth and life becomes locked in stasis, unable to change and move on.  We as humans often overlook this fact and sink further into a

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Time Changes

The clock turns around, Sun dwells below horizon. Birds still fly at dawn.

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Standing in the Middle

There is an old expression that says “Weep for the Future”.  Why?  The future is mutable and unwritten.  While cause may follow effect, thousands of tiny variable and choices make it mystery from moment to moment.  Not so the past

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Reliving History

There are days when, no matter how much growth you may have experienced, you feel as if you are back at the beginning of your pathway.  This could be because of a bad relationship, a lost job, disappointment or any

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Master Raven Koan 3

Often, the calmest wind ruffles the most feathers. 

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New Year

Today marks the end of the Julian year and the beginning of the next.  Celebrations will occur throughout most of the Western world.  In some places such as Europe, the New Year has already rolled in.  The Eastern Lunar New

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Master Raven Koan 2-The Teacher’s Jar

A teacher stood before his students at the end of the year.  As class began, the teacher filler a glass jar with large rocks from the ground around him.  Before long the jar was filled to the top.  The teacher

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Elan Mudrow

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............ Live from the Bonsai Bunker

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Original poetry, commentary, and fiction. All copyrights reserved.

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ALONG AN OLD FENCEROW

haiku and other experiments in verse

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Beyond The Known

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One Self traveling many pathways.  One Being expressing as many lives.

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Modern master of classical poetry

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