Tag Archives: death

Two Poems Written as a Child

As I started writing poetry as a child, someone asked me if I still had the first poem I ever wrote? Actually, I do!! My mother framed it, as mother’s tend to do:) so it has not been lost over … Continue reading

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Gino

Gino We were blessed; we had an angel years ago, fall from the sky, nearby. We took him in, and found a special place for him, Marveled how we were chosen to house him in his time on earth. How … Continue reading

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The Pale

I want to call the dead back to life. In the hugeness of data…somewhere they must be found, And attract all of those souls by changing energy Reassembling them in my dreams…in my dreams. I want to shake the living … Continue reading

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Mated Beauty, I Remember You

Mated Beauty for Umahmad In your arms, my pain meets its Master’s call To transform obediently tonight, Into a funny child with laughing eyes, Who glows over the room with gentle light. The gifts we get are measured and beloved, … Continue reading

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“Tar Pit Never” – A Natascha Randt – Karima Hoisan Film

I am proud to present our latest machinima effort, a new inspired collaboration with my friend and respected machinima artist, Natascha Randt. I know this was a hard poem for some to like when it was just a poem, as … Continue reading

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