Author Archives: Karmanot

AULD LANG SYNE

For Auld Lang Syne For Auld Land Syne My dear, There—-a sign, Among the tears, Among the years Gone by. And Always, Finding here Our joyful pair In the falling days. So soon the seasons Come and go And The … Continue reading

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SOLSTICE

Sister Solstice   Down the hall Late The light turned off, The bedroom dissolves In a night moon glow Slanting through the gated blinds. There are different kinds of darkness. Always Is the wonder If color lies Where, Imagination Sees … Continue reading

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HELP

Dear friends, Andie and I are asking you to please help these guys. Both are outstanding peace and justice advocates. You are probably aware of TW’s photo journalism covering virtual every major demonstration across this nations of ours. Andie particularly … Continue reading

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Christmas It’s another Christmas My love White doves and red holly berries Making us jolly by custom Decorate and celebrate Our Illusions of hope And As always From the eves of our old farmhouse Hang icicles As pale blue as … Continue reading

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MEMORIES

  Memories Late, In a dark night’s blue Spotting the bright crescent moon, Remembering the passions of love And What happiness was, Time collapsed. So many long years ago, In the beginning, He opened the gate With its barren gray … Continue reading

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TRACES

‘TRACES’ A collection of poems covering the experiences and emotions of love, loss and life in the context of nature and her seasons by a poet living in a small rural village and his adjustments to the loss of a … Continue reading

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A KINCADE CHRONICLE

    Kincade Chronicle   We rose early while the house was still dark and freezing cold. Dawn was but a few minutes away as we stood in the driveway on top of a hill and watched the east aflame … Continue reading

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