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Addles Poems

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my craves
Desperation travels my marrows,
still breath stealing all my tomorrows
the blessing of your love I couldn't show
whirling and coiling me up like tornadoes

dispirited in my shadow
come save me now, I cry a billion folds
if you see my face again, you wouldn't...Read More
Categories: addles, blue, break up, confusion, dark, deep, depression,
Form: Lyric



HIM ABOVE
I wish he would let me
Look upon his face
As I wish to bask in
The glory of his grace

Him above confuses me
The multiplicity of names
For the one god
Addles my sometimes unbelieving brain

Allah
Yahweh
Christ
Three in one and one in three
Do I need a...Read More
Categories: addles, god,
Form: Prose Poetry
Rebel Yell
                 
In the sunken hollow a gray mass 
addles
A silhouette of swaying muskets 
shadows
Braying horses the silent vigil 
rattles
A curdling breeze across feted 
expanse...Read More
Categories: addles, war
Form: Rhyme
Lonely Heart

I enter an ad on the internet
that I hope will get 
me a call: "We found you a girl; 
a pretty girl.  We'll fix you 
up.  Hey, she picks you; 
so, give her a whirl."  

I open...Read More
Categories: addles, computer-internet, funny,
Form: Light Verse
Addled
This that addles the brain
is not of opium or some such stuff
It has a special recipe :
Stardust and cuckoo eggs
slowcooked in the bile that rose in Cain
flavored with Phoenician almonds
chilled in the eyes of  the subSaharan mom
holding close her...Read More
Categories: addles, sad
Form: Free verse



Rhymeantic Struggle
Oh that I could break the chime that addles my brain constantly
That implanted seed of rhyme that worms in my subconscious 
That causes me to live and dream in my restrictive literary world
Courted by couplets with ballad intoning in the...Read More
Categories: addles, confusion, on writing and words, me, me,
Form: Free verse