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CHASING THE DAWN — Deuxiemepeau- Picturing Poetry by D. B. Donnelly

Published May 19, 2016 by the vulture

I’m flying though time, drawing on daylight to the west of me while in the east darkness descends, the light already shadow, the sun already set but here, by the heavens, there is only more and more light, a day without dusk, a journey without ending yet I am not ageless. I’m flying through time, […]

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THE CURSE OVERFLOW

Published May 17, 2016 by the vulture

i looked deep into thier eyes

every gaze drew expectations

every word breathed into them

chocking air into them

they are desparate for change

looking for a way out

into the slims their lives

are held with no hope of exit

crime and drugs a blame

parents forget their role

for the sake of the governance

this is what defines us

defines our life today

and the future we are getting to

a generation cursed by our own blood

 

 

 

Desire, luxury and consuming our identity — tribalinsight

Published May 17, 2016 by the vulture

Recent news that consumers in Adelaide are willing to pay $400 for a taste of Wagyu steak sounds ridiculous, but in reality, wanting something that others in your particular group can’t have is part of being human. Do you own a $6000 toaster? A Weber barbecue? Or a Dyson vacuum cleaner? Maybe a Francis Francis […]

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Anamnesis. Instruction for Use. — Poems & Poèmes

Published May 17, 2016 by the vulture

First, consider the strength of the flutter of a butterfly’s wings and the weakness of giant stars. Then, stop breathing the golden dust of Time. Next, roll the hoop forward, solve the Temple riddle, the password is your Father’s smile in the sunset light. Melancholy was the shadow of Hope. Anamnesis, Daughter of Poetry. You opened […]

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