Daily Archives: October 24, 2016

Poem – Virgina Woolf: Her Last Words

I begin to hear the voices again,  and I feel certain  this darkness of times and minds turns me insane. I can’t fight any longer and I am doing (what seemsthe best) – the last Act of this life in … Continue reading

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Poem – Vere Homo

Be human, rather than divine  living such life is truly a surprise.  the world is for you, and seek your worth and prize what intoxicates our minds, are the stories of doom and demise,  so with these false theologies  let’s … Continue reading

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Poem – Mariana in the South 

With one black shadow at its feet, The house thro’ all the level shines, Close-latticed to the brooding heat, And silent in its dusty vines: A faint-blue ridge upon the right, An empty river-bed before, And shallows on a distant … Continue reading

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