Jupiter Moon (A Poem)

Jupiter Moon shine brightly through the Prism of the Witchy Woman Dressed in black Heart of gold Fly through the night air Cautious in the wind Seamus the Dragon spreads his fiery wings Up through the mist Landing on the pavement of dreams Honey beckons the hybrid on the street Lingering on the edge of […]

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Shifting the Balance (A Poem)

Dragon fly through the night breeze On your prehistoric quest Seeker of knowledge Fire breather Kindred spirit Protector of the universe Beneath the moon Fairies sip sweet nectar from the Chalice of the Pagans While Zeus lies in wait Vulcan strikes his hammer on the easel of creation Melting the frames of the future Thunder strikes […]

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Sorrow and Passion (A Poem)

The quiver of the quill Dips sorrow into the smoky Din of the heartless soul Papier-mâché bandits tip The acid of desire onto the Thorny hooves of the demon Wanderlust is naked On the throne of despair Wielding the torch Of all encompassing twilight Everlasting fate rips its hand open On the pin cushion of […]

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The Creation of Time (A Poem)

Lunar mountains fall prey to the ravages of time Howling on the footprints of darkened illusions Hercules in his infinite wisdom Gathers dew dust from the dawn Raining down as sweet nectar from the Gods Lightening strikes the womb of the scorched earth Stomping on the hourglass of time Sins roam free from the dry ice of love […]

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Dandy in a Revolution (A Poem)

Mind the turtle and fetch a dove To loosen the button on your perfumed glove The wigs they were powdered The dresses immense The scene it was daring The talk was intense To ride a swan in the river with you is quite a lark Overlooking the moon In the depths of the dark Don’t […]

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The Beauty of Time (A Poem)

The gilded cage of a withered lily Shines brightly in the rays of the moon Orpheus descends upon the scene Eyeing with discernment Its once held beauty A petal drops noiselessly to the floor Heard only by the ghosts of the ancient hall As another day dawns The remnants are swept away by the wind […]

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The Turn of the Universe (A Poem)

Splendid in the wind Is the nightingale’s soft whisper Calling for the earth To relinquish its hold upon the day A silent murmur Climbs over the mountains The dew falls fragrant Over the milky waters of the morn Quiet reigns supreme Dusts settles on the warm earth Peace is content Hearts are one again with the Universe […]

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Rex the King (A Poem)

(Marc asked me to do this blog, but when reader turn out didn’t happen so fast at the beginning, this came down from him – alluding to this and his loss of fans in the mid 1970s. But he tells me you have to believe in what “rocks your soul” even if those around you […]

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Surreal Boogie (A Poem)

Knobby knees sway to and fro Like the hardened chisel from a medieval fire Nomads roam the frozen tundra Seeking shelter from the storm Gorging on the sins of youth The parade of reptiles swim in a frozen purple pond Caterpillars fly over the murky waters of a long lost lagoon Pirates in the mist echo […]

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Day is Done (A Poem)

(This was written to his fans and Marc asked that it be posted on the anniversary of his passing.) I am not all that you seek But I am more than a clue To ride the winds of freedom By the light of the moon You ask for me often Though I haven’t gone far Listen […]

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