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Mesopotamia

Iraq is civilization's cradle -
a casket is being built
with the cradle's worn planks.



August 7th, 2014





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A Pink Crystal Dawn

beneath the silence of ice-encased trees the sky’s pink dawn lies captured in the pond’s crystal depths/center>

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Cosmetic Critique-Part 2

Pinned beauties.
Drilled customs.
Feminist wrote"Complex Formatting"

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Inspiration :- My University Reader

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Butterflies

Butterflies are a symbol of freedom
They should never be captured
But left to bring us joy 

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The Last Poet

You'll know when you have destroyed a culture,

                
                                         When you have slain their last poet....

 
                                                                                  And forgotten his words!

 

                                                                                  Timothy I. Brumley

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'Two Rings'

mutual care that started out of nothing
  now it means everything
our love and devotion

a blessed union now sealed with two rings
   our nurtured care developed 
we are forever one 

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Evil

Evil is a spiritual maggot,

                             That devours the heart and mind...

                                                                       Leaving the soul to rot.



                                                                        Timothy I. Brumley

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Doing Time in Kimo

Thirty days hath September, April, June
November and anyone...
over the speed limit.  

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Anticipating this moment

stockings on the mantle spilling over
with toys from Santa's red sack
proof he got my letter


12/6/11

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Elm 2

branches unfurl a silent cry to sky distressed rustling of drained leaves sapped by a dark disease

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