Category Archives: Poetry

Centerfield -by Gryphon

Just the philosophical intro of this post poked me into reposting it -Poch: I’m convinced that there are no such things as “beginnings.” Everything is just a continuation of the same process. I am fooled sometimes into thinking that I … Continue reading

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Nov 23 09: Staving Off Sleep

I was planning to embed this post to my post Mysterious Bio-Rhythm because it’s an uncanny coincidence, but I don’t want to erase my post’s title so I just reposted Pam’s piece separately: by Pamela Villars Staving Off Sleep comes … Continue reading

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A Poem by Heine

There’s a mirror likeness between the two Bright, youthfully-shaped figures, though One’s paler than the other and more austere, I might even say more perfect, more distinguished, Than the one who’d take me confidingly in his arms How soft then, … Continue reading

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