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VISIONARY

If she believed she was perfectly free to notice or not whatever she chose why should she care th...
9013 hrs ago

NOTHING PERSONAL (from one who knows...)

Face it Death’s a bit of a disappointment I hope nothing will be spoiled here but it is defini...
120Jan 20

SNAP JUDGEMENT

Milan Springtime Twilight From my window I see four men formally suited with raised fist...
241Jan 19

HELLEDOWN

Today while awakening I realised that I had not To not wake up yet be awake is absurd A nig...
240Jan 18

PROLUTION

“In the future, all parts of the body and brain,” the professor beamed at his rapt audience “wil...
231Jan 17

ODE TO A TWIN SOUL

ANT you cringe you flee but I stamp you out You are no more Yet we share endless living for...
340Jan 16

WORDPLAY

If from sleep I awaken I'm alive If I never wake up again I'm dead - which however I cannot...
341Jan 14

LIVING IT UP

If I am the ‘me’ that decides what I see and thus am an ‘I’ not a ‘we’ why do I hear so many ‘I’s...
240Jan 15

THE SECOND THOUGHT

What is more boring than dying? It’s a terrible waste of time: lying there twiddling my eyebrows...
371Jan 12

HOMO PENDULO

I desired I acquired I possessed I treasured I displayed I incorporated I routinized I d...
230Jan 13

CURE-ALL

Alas the implacable enemy of man is not himself but what he thinks he ought to be What he h...
311Jan 11

THE PERSIAN PETARD

In a Tehran hotel I asked for a room “a small one if possible please” A young man with keys escort...
441Jan 10

CREDULIBILITY

l am informed that our sun’s journey will take umpteen to-the-power-of-umpteen millennia to rea...
441Jan 9

SAFE CONFESSION

Hear the greatest cretin in existence who has taught himself Want not Have Purpose not Gratitu...
440Jan 8

THE FATAL KISS OF THE SKIRT

The eyes that rise to the hem from the body that bows gaze at its drape and flow follow its floun...
531Jan 6

THE WORD

The category will have to suffice !...
470Jan 5

DEVIL’S DUE

Jaunty, sprightly, here I go upwards on my daily hill starting off with heel to arch switching...
300Jan 4

SIDEWARDS

I once kept a crab as a pet but had not yet chosen its name I wished to teach it how to speak...
785Jan 2

HOMELESS ORPHAN

Tomorrow ever full of hope can never be for it has no place on earth yet dwells somewhere...
460Jan 3

ECLIPSE

Their lips locked together clumsily...
752Jan 1

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