Tag Archives: false being

Poem – This is Life

From the collection “Beyond the Border Kingdom“. (1) ocean waves crash against the rotting pier yellow tape snaps where the line sheared jagged pylons protrude from blue sheen holding the August sun captive. slow steps in wet sand waves wash my feet deposit shells, stones and starfish. a pale crab emerges scurries behind the boulders. […]
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Poem – Wild

I now walk into the wild away from you and closer to the true being within, away from the falsehoods, and toward the truth. I now walk into the wild free of labels and expectations free of some grand design. I will remember you not for any moment or the almost kiss we shared but […]
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Poem – Self

The following poem is from a conversation with Hanakia Zedek regarding Zen and takes place through a series of poems.  Questions are asked, along with a poem, and the response is a poem addressing each question. Self (1) Standing on the blue cliff on one side of the valley dividing mountain ranges tiled with a […]
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Poem – True Living and Being

Part of me has died inside I feel the heavy loss on my sinking shoulders unwilling to hold the burden. I search with a half effort beneath the reamins of each day and wonder if I willingly allowed this to happen or if other powers are at play, a game I am unfamiliar with. Far […]
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