Category Archives: Poetry

Love is Inconvenient

“Love suffers long, it is kind and does not envy…it is not easily provoked and keeps no record of wrongs. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. It never fails. Only three things will last forever: … Continue reading

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The Box

It’d be easier to think outside the box if we didn’t live inside the box At the very least, we could stick our heads out the window What, there isn’t a window? Well, then, we’ll make one What, there’s nothing … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice

Spring, don’t let the clouds hit you on the way out. Summer, hey, sup, babe?

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You’re Peculiar!

I was wearing khakis and a polo shirt, and was about to do a poetry reading for a room full of clove cigarette-smoking hipsters, identically clad in tight black clothes. I stepped up to the microphone and mumbled, “I feel … Continue reading

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They!

“You know what They say…” I’ve heard all my life, and I’ve often wondered just who They is, to know so little and stir up such strife. Without They the world would be in such bliss. Then it happened one … Continue reading

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Blades of Grass

A personal paraphrase of Psalm 90 Father You have always been our home Before the mountains were thrust up Or the earth itself was shaped You were our God Yet at your word we turn to dust For time has no … Continue reading

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Dear Human

Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
Whether or not, fellow soul, I should choose to choose you, I vow to always see you whole and never ever use you.

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