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Howling Bloody Hell
Homage to Marcus Slease
ARCHETYPE Sonnet No. 42
Love of Rarest Vintage
Once Upon A Lifetime
Overtones of Holmes
Life's Indelible Beat
Sonnet No. 36–Citation
Chained Tears
Ode to a Bookshop
A Grain of Sand
Europe's Decline
Celtic Vibrations
Morning Mists
Cymru (Wales)
Old Men of My Village
Salt of the Earth
Windy Frenzy
Where the Hand, Human, Went
A Love Song
The Chess players
Love Is So Unwise
The Triple Muse
Spring Rain
Winter Sunset
Always 'There'
Angels in the Sky
Imperishable Essence
Urge of Creation
Collector's Items
Child of Delight
Cleaning out Attics
The Artist
Love's Sublime Echo
No Borders
Honest Song's Measure
Sappho's Echo
Fullest Moon
Sonnet No. 19
The Lovers
Mythologies & Deities
Overtones of Robert Frost
Sonnet No. 9


City divine, blessed among mothers,
See, how she stretches out her arms
As she fondles her lone children
As they stroll in the early dawn.

City anonymous, love's paradise,
See, how she protects the lovers
Hides their stolen hours, allows their kisses
Wisely closes her eyes and smiles.

City harmonious, city mine,
How I've loved your grace, gentle caresses,
How I'll miss your stones where lovers roam,
Enveloped around obscure time.

Panmelys 1994

(metaphor of this poem Notre Dame, written sitting in George Whitman's apartment; looking at her architecture)


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