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Tabletops Poems

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Premium Member Numb from Numbers
Numbers, numbers, numbers, numbers...
   Are you numb from all your numbers?
Social security, drivers license, identity card numbers
   Numbers, numbers -- numb from numbers

Library card, insurance card, employee numbers
   Credit card, debit card, loyalty club...Read More
Categories: tabletops, confusion, society, technology,
Form: Light Verse

electric heaters versus tabletops is a nil draw
Age old wisdom scarred not flamed. A dozen baked bees in an hour glass perturbed. And left undisturbed as a minotaur sunbathing on a single blade of grass on a sixty acre lawn. At dusk. At dawn. Week by week....Read More
Categories: tabletops, anniversary, assonance,
Form: I do not know?
Wild Blue Land
Wild Blue Land

Such wind rushed by nearly blowing me to the side;
filling my vision so wide, wide dotted with white puffs, 
rolling clumps,  or whispy streaks of froth;
gliding slyly in the ocean of an azure sky.
Breaking the horizon in...Read More
Categories: tabletops, beautiful, change, earth, history, imagery, nature, time,
Form: Free verse
Mentally Ill
Sometimes it is just too much 
I am up and want to touch
I am jovial and part of the crowd
Dancing on tabletops, being so proud
Drinking and laughing, I want to stay high
Spinning and grinning up at the sky

Sometimes it is...Read More
Categories: tabletops, depression,
Form: Rhyme
On Any Given Evening
Corridors with wall sized windows are always places of rummage
Where copper candlesticks glisten and
Wood is polished by dirt particles from strenuous journeys.

Everything emits faint smells of 
Brandy and vermouth -
the sweat of great silver haired storytellers.

Glasses flood downwards 
staining tabletops...Read More
Categories: tabletops, dream, imagination, introspection, people,
Form: Lyric

I Imagine Demons
Part I:
im sorry that i cant care about you. valiums taste like smarties. i chew up one, then three. cry for help. im sorry i dont give a **** anymore. i have to snort a k-pin to sort myself out....Read More
Categories: tabletops, angst, confusion, depression, fear, people, cry, food,
Form: Free verse
Loneliness is having to buy
your own calendars and coffee mugs
and talking to a TV talk host
over ice cream and a paper plate.

Loneliness is a heart that roller coasters
through a humdrum day
finding comfort and solace
in the endless umbilical of a twilight...Read More
Categories: tabletops, life, sad,
Form: Free verse
Coffee Thinker
What does it mean
To be brave?
I ask myself this as I cascade
Coffee, pour the coffee
Overloading vacant round things
With handles that are supposed to make it easier
Make it so much more easier.. Then it seems
Burning tabletops with the scorching ferocity
Of...Read More
Categories: tabletops, confusion, introspection, philosophy, me,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Opened like a morning leaf
exposed beneath the moon,
Resting in the tentacles
of a clouded ink coccoon.
Wringing hands now rest at peace-
the solitude of night,
a lantern in the wilderness
the miracle of flight.
Dancing on the tabletops
or falling from a swing,
is noticing the networking
of...Read More
Categories: tabletops, inspirational, introspection, peace, sympathy,
Form: Blank verse