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Abbotsford Poems

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Evil comes from a mother
I was so young and i mowed the lawn,
Whoever thought it was us that id grow to mourn,

We hit it off well and truely too quick,
You became pregnant, a son i would pick,

We broke up when he was 6 months,...Read More
Categories: abbotsford, betrayal, break up, evil, hurt,
Form: I do not know?

Abbotsford Road
I'm swept up in mixed emotions
when I walk down Abbotsford Road.
They fill my memory-ocean 
where waves of feeling erode
the moments from my childhood
when time was an endless stream
of games and imagination,
of very first hopes and dreams.
The trees have grown so...Read More
Categories: abbotsford, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
The Ace of Spades
The woman was a water bearer:
Alluring as the refrain of midnight,
Alluring like the skin of an atheist.

The woman had been a prisoner:
Mandela urged me to furbish his door steps.
I waxed the knees of California.

The woman had been a singer:
All the...Read More
Categories: abbotsford, life, woman, water, water, , atheist,
Form: Verse
I’ve befriended lovers:
I’ve befriended lovers daft as harlots cleaved
like the glass in extrinsic films.

My sagacity has matured like adult freesia.

I had been saturated within tasteful ages.
I built fences near the trestles of disbelief.
I sought to sip of the finer fountains.
Yonder...Read More
Categories: abbotsford, life,
Form: Verse