Originally published April 18, 2018, this poem was inspired by a prolific author I had really come to admire and appreciate, Maggie Lawson (see more details below in the original post). "So Many Senses Through Which to Sift Sentiment" - Recorded 3/29/2021 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them The original piece is … Continue reading Poetry Reading – “So Many Senses Through Which to Sift Sentiment”
Old scars Have all but faded now But the memories Still remain Nothing really ever ends We assume new forms daily In thought and In manifest presence And with each casual glance At what was and still is We return To prior days Reminiscent but distant just the same.
First attempt Fourteen Future uncertain Past unkind Why go on When there is nothing here To call my own Second attempt Seventeen Failure to recover From past sins An unforgiving self Critical to the end Wishing only for Peace of mind Third attempt Twenty-eight Seated before Photos of Loved and lost Dark basement Rope taut … Continue reading On Past Failures and Future Horizons
Inspired by the writing of Maggie Lawson, of the blog The Art of Chewing Crayons. Original post at https://eudaimonianz.com/2018/04/18/the-different-ways-i-tell-you-that-i-love-you/ Words, weightless, echo in cave carved in mountain hill side: a heart; a home; an amber chamber of sordid solitude unearthed and bore witness by all creation Ears and eyes accustomed only to serving as guardians … Continue reading So Many Senses Through Which to Sift Sentiment