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Best Windsor Roland Ramos Poems

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Senryu Explicit v: Porn





Enlarged obsession, pictured odors of desire. Too bad, they are flat.
November 16, 2008

Copyright © Indio Ramos | Year Posted 2013

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Senryu Explicit vi: Beds





Covers uncovers skins of mostly selfish acts – four-cornered romance
November 16, 2008

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Halo




The halo just woke what cold this earth was longing. In joy, the moon danced.
December 13, 2013

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Senryu Explicit ii: Hermaphrodite





His pants on his toes wondering what he's holding - a nest or a bird?
November 16, 2008

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Insomnia





Eyes shot of hell's crimson,
Hands octopussed on keys,
He dreams of the morrow,
While at Facebook, he gazed.










April 22, 2014

Copyright © Indio Ramos | Year Posted 2014

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Winter Wake





Winds, winds, they all freeze the warmth, singing birds, to sleep. Welcome, winter wake.
December 15, 2013

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In Bluff





The grumpy Cape skies whipped wrath unto all of it. Everybody cried.
April 16, 2014

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Senryu Explicit iv: Prostitutes





Friendly neon lights. Friendlier lords of midnight. Unfriendly bed thrusts.
November 16, 2008

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The Trader





The quick thumps made 
          me realize he is breaking 
down, little by 
          little –

As opposed to those 
          footsteps of his bolding 
audience – on a 
          rattan chair.

He must have thought
          of fortune as plenty as  Dinorado* .

However, he is a Chinese;
          he had no ornate of
cats, of Buddha, of dragons
          – he is allergic to them.

But he is a Chinese;
          and Chinese believe in
luck, charms, and 
          curses.






*Dinorado is a rice variety.
Ca. 2007






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Romance of Rain

This rainful haze but coldly dance atop that meekly warmth of eve a fancy frozen of a hum of feast and drink, we drown and live and half about our highly walls the windows keep the tease of dew – our roads run up some busied halls of damning damp, of dulling old and nightly drumming men of rain a crowd we are of wont by sleep our prance in wet a holy sight your calm, a godly icing breathe but we both know the sins of gray that dance we hear is opt to fade I am no moon, nor sun, nor day for ours is but, romance of rain.
August 18, 2012

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