Tag Archives: Regret

Writer’s Remorse

Never in the process of writing have I felt regret, Never with words streaming will I ever be in debt. As thoughts transform from world to mind to pen, There won’t be a place to keep me hemmed in. Nowhere … Continue reading

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Inarticulate

Written words Are placed carefully Like sticks of dynamite Opening                     ways Through               mountains, Positioned without the regret And *spon-*-ta-^-ne-^-i-*-ty Of their spoken counterparts … Continue reading

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Unlike Orchid Seeds

Words escape from lips, Unretrievable, like the seeds Of the black orchid in strong Wind. At times regrettable, Foolish, frivolous, contrived, Unnecessary, without thought; Requiring a response of great Magnitude that bears not The resemblance of flowers Unborn, but rather … Continue reading

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