Note: Due to formatting, the title here is not correct (though, what is?). This poem is called 22_now_22. Thank you for your understanding.Full disclosure and credit due, I've been listening to the album 22, A Million by Bon Iver lately, starting yesterday 2/22/2021, at the suggestion of my dear friend Blackbird, and it has been … Continue reading 2^2_now_2^2
Originally published April 5, 2018, this is a song of longing. I am longer able to sing it as it was intended, but I have spoken it aloud as best I am able. "Azure Blue" - Recorded 2/22/2021 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them The original piece is below for reference, and … Continue reading Poetry Reading – “Azure Blue”
Failure by design; The shareholders were silent, Beaming From the balcony below.
How I have missed The rushing wind The fluid motion And the ground passing quickly beneath my feet It would seem I had forgotten The importance of moving forward Of unallocated time Surrender to chance and momentary escape From the stagnant monotony of a rushed life I must find balance though As time is precious … Continue reading The Value of Contrast
The veneer is cracking Worn thin Having served for so long now As the barrier between What is And what is thought to be So with eager eyes We all await The day when at last The mask it falls Shattered to the floor And at long last We may perceive With clarity and lucid … Continue reading From Dust to Dirt and Back Again
There will be days When the shadows close in From every corner of the room And the clouds outside Will not abate There will be nights Where the soft pattering Of rain against the window Brings no peace For the sound may serve As a stark reminder Of the world that lays beyond And how … Continue reading From Every Corner of the Room
Been waiting oh so long Here for a sign; Are you alright? Are you still… mine? Stare at the sky Late at night Search for lights Patterns of life Intelligent design, Wonder all this time But I know… Azure blue; So far from home. You're still out there And I'm left All alone. Sending signals, … Continue reading Azure Blue