Category Archives: Poetry

Border Colors

Space in dire waltz

The boundary looks sterile

And it’s coming close.

Mold forms from actions, moistened:

The water that fills our shape.

Glossa Guru Glossing, Glowing, and Growing

Iso, please teach us.

The master of Great Equal.

Accompany us.

Give to us the same to all.

Render out complete justice.


Hésuchazó, come.

Tranquil guidance from the night.

We seek not to fight.

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Signum Ex Nihil, Lux Ex Sententia

Completeness has to include lack thereof. Often, it is the steps between, and the travels toward, that fill up the content of our lives. Satisfaction may be appreciated in moments of silence and isolation. The space between particles, principles, and people helps define us.

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Paravanes in my Veins

I decided to write a poem that’s different than my usual syllable-based stuff. This is a ballade (not to be confused with a “ballad”). The rhyme scheme is A-B-A-B-B-C-A-B-A-B-C for the first 3 stanzas and A-B-A-B-C for the last stanza (the envoi). The theme may be considered political to some. The beauty of poetry is that it could mean anything to anyone.


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