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West 42nd Street

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Her heart was a tourist searching exploring a new destination for that something once familiar. She was lost in a silent crowd with the identity of heartbreak splattered on a billboard of loneliness right there in the center of Time Square. The flaunt of her walk was a hidden advertisement for anonymity because she was […]

Sidewalks

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Sidewalks: the clutter of movements simplified on pavements of time where strangers become familiar stories and friendly smiles become hidden identities behind masks of emotion. In their eyes are the elemental fragments of history as each leaves a footprint of external existence. On curbs there is a persistence of connection in the way they communicate […]

Poetic Rhapsody

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This is the wordplay of my heart dancing on a thunderstorm of emotion; raindrops drizzling a haze inside the sensory zone of an inspirational maze a duality in devotion. I am the photographer capturing the flaws of perfection as all that is brilliance becomes the magnification of the human laws within the hands of nature’s […]

The Lyrics Of Her Song

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She was a whistle sitting silently in front of corner store with her home wrapped openly around her exposing her life and the orchestra of her tears. But no one seemed to care as she was stepped over and stepped past Like an object just in the way. Everyone seemed to ignore what her eyes […]

Inspired

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Inspired “An artist must be free to choose what he does, certainly, but he must also never be afraid to do what he might choose” ― Langston Hughes Today a poem surrendered to my thoughts. I found it early this morning while driving 72 miles per hour in the middle lane down 91 South – […]

Winter’s Song

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Winter’s Song     The snow fell today, and and  silence lifted throughout the streets; no whistling winds or chilling air blowing against the breath of my mind. Just the stillness. This moment.  Here alone making footprints on the dusting over cobbled stone/with poet eyes dreaming the sky.   Walking, through the birth of winter […]

Ponce

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Ponce

Ponce   The sunlight glistens as the warmth of early March melts the landscape of Southern Vermont’s winter freeze.   There is a steady breeze highlighting a late Saturday afternoon where soon twightlight will dim the bright foundation of Midtown Manchester;   a place where skiers and snowboarders will soon gather to greet familiar and […]