Loud bare trees swing around and stop

June 24, 2013

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I must discuss

A dark circus is in town

A boy in a spin, and trees swing around

He drops, and the swing stops

New dewfrost falls, he’s lost

In all the bare trees

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A heavy disguise

Could be of use here

So cover your eyes, please

Your lover’s indecent

And trying on lies

His heart’s denying hard here

It’s a fact;  Abstract lies

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Squeezebox  hymns  seem

To squish by inbetween

Aligned  treebark

Lighted & Loudened by a fullmooncloud

Lions let free/  Dark

Circus tonight and if I might

Mix in that crowd

A heavy disguise could

Be of some use

 

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 Thanx for the use of Sean’s moon 6/23/13

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2 Responses to “Loud bare trees swing around and stop”

  1. Pilar Guerrero said

    Good poem, it reminds me of the crowds in UK…
    Greetings from Chile!

  2. I read this then read it again – “Your lover is indecent and trying on lies” – This line is tangible in the most painful sense, With regard to others and with regard to ourselves.. This is of course only my opinion, but this offering is a painted work of magic in words…

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