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I was overwhelmed of the choice Before me – like a rug rat given a free pass To a toy shop, I chose “English-speaking” and “Christian” And bracketed the choice to “over 30 – under 40” After all, I was no spring chicken Just a middle-aged rooster perched In front of a screen, searching for…

An Unbalancing Act

My wife She is a little bit of this and that Asymmetrical mostly – right heavy and left light Unlike Uma Thurman – the perfect beauty Or a billowing Kim Kardashian Sometimes she breathes air to my world Like when she comes out of the shower Or lets me squeeze a lot or pinch a…

Buchenwald

In one place Inside a barbed-wire perimeter We all stood – Saul’s lineage Yet no lion’s roar or David’s sling Just one horror-ville, where one mustache – Stiffened and bushing over an upper lip – Sent shudders down every spine And there we stood Spellbound to memories of yesteryear Where we could feel violins and…

A Little Bit of Botany to Love Making

There is a sense Of botany to making love Roots penetrate deeper After the very first edition of love-making Leaves unfurl and attract light Glistening as twinkling irises And a flower blooms on lip petals And all the while, the body Photosynthesizes ringed sugars Sweetening source to sink – senses to memories After all we…