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Abjectly Poems

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Alas, Gehenna
First descent
had every bone crushed,
as a true descent must do.

Second descent
was of a toxin
placed neither by devil nor god.

Third descent, fourth, and beyond,
were of increasingly greater craft
and increasingly greater uncertainty.

I lay in the soil,
assimilated into
the common grave of mankind.

I vanished...Read More
Categories: abjectly, introspection,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Earth's Messiah Vocation
George Lakoff, in The Political Mind (2008),
speaks to permacultural tension within democratic governance;
between conservative competitions for sufficiently orthodox authority
and progressive movements for more cooperatively integrative empathy.

This purpose of mind,
or human consciousness,
is to evolve further humane integrity of Earth's-consciousness;
to become more...Read More
Categories: abjectly, creation, earth, environment, health, nature, psychological, religion,
Form: Political Verse
Biblical Guidance
"You know when I sit and when I rise;
you perceive my thoughts from afar..."
How I wish such thoughts were more wise
and less were abjectly bizarre

"Before a word is on my tongue
you, Lord, know it completely..."
And how I wish before it...Read More
Categories: abjectly, angst, bible, blessing, change, christian, creation,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Jones' Nose
Their unspoken opinions
are like a pot of unknowable, unnamed meats
including skunk parts
one morsel of filet mignon

Family or workplace
longer the hours, years of the living
opinions accumulate
perception strained through mortality

This stew of ethics
holds together, blows apart
trees, planets, atoms, galaxies
on or about year...Read More
Categories: abjectly, beauty, blue, family, heaven, together, work,
Form: Verse
Dry months
Dry Months


A Dracula drought drank soil’s blood,
in spring and clouds refused to shed
their load of collected sorrow before
the middle of October.

The landscape jaundiced and leaves on
trees petrified into rusty bits of metal
that clanked abjectly in a breeze that
tasted of dust...Read More
Categories: abjectly, humor, nature,
Form: Imagism



Premium Member Abjectly Blind Even With The Perfect Sight
Hurrying and rushing even at eight,
usually just to avoid been late.
been doing this for a while and I am so accurate,
the day I relent, my Boss Anger I activate,
the beauty of Nature and sight seeing, no room to accommodate,
so focused...Read More
Categories: abjectly, adventure, business, depression, hope, inspirational, introspection, life,
Form: Lyric