been put down

ma head is hangin so low ma hair is brushin ma knees…

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Voice Recording: No Higher Belief

When tested, followed her highest belief And found there’s no belief higher than love

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Daniela

What a comfort you are My angel…

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Avoiding the Jerry Springer Moment

The unwonderful world of low-budget room rental conflict resolution

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Works Today

I remember Beauty And her sister, Graciousness I remember soft and light Silken summer dress…

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J. W. Cassandra: Fata Morgana: Sárkány és Tündér

Fata Morgana: Dragon and Fairy, by J. W. Cassandra, a poem from my volume 17, “This is you!”, cycle “Fata Morgana”. I share it both in English and Hungarian, and the interesting thing about it that I wrote it first in English, and later in Hungarian. The versions a bit alter. And writing it in Hungarian after a half of a year was a real challenge , since I had to experience and feel again after so many time its atmosphere, and reconstitute it. Now I share it in both languages and hope you like it.

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Fata Morgana: Dragon and Fairy, by J. W. Cassandra

Fata Morgana: Dragon and Fairy, by J. W. Cassandra, a poem from my volume 17, “This is you!”, cycle “Fata Morgana”. I share it both in English and Hungarian, and the interesting thing about it that I wrote it first in English, and later in Hungarian. The versions a bit alter. And writing it in Hungarian after a half of a year was a real challenge , since I had to experience and feel again after so many time its atmosphere, and reconstitute it. Now I share it in both languages and hope you like it.

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Breaking the Tape

Soul bare…

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Second Hand Haiku

On the other hand…

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Weather or Not

Ladies: want to look “together”? How ’bout dressing for the weather?

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Observation vs. Judgment (War vs. Peace)

Observation: That was an untruthful statement…

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Now That I’ve Taken Your Room Rent

… Just work around it, okay?

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my day through many eyes

oh murmurs the cape town sister just look at all this lovely water…

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Hacked

Too many things you’ve lately known And responded to Which never have by me been brought Your attention to…

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Cause and Effect by Charles Bukowski

Cause And Effect | A Poem by Charles Bukowski

This is a poem about suicide and how it often occurs to best of people. And those who don’t understand these people during their lifetime wonder why they chose death over their company. Charles Bukowski calls death as effect and oblivion created by people around him as effect.

Cause and Effect by Charles Bukowski
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