Monthly Archives: February 2014

Widow’s Fire. A Triolet.

The fire burns brighter in the morning In the night the fuel is all but spent If only we had heeded the warning The fire burns brighter in the morning The widows are all mourning No one predicted their bent … Continue reading

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Try Harder. A Triolet.

I’m hardly trying is what he used to say Life’s mysteries were like and open book I wish I were him on this day I’m hardly trying is what he used to say I can hardly keep them at bay … Continue reading

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Years. A Triolet.

Years go by and I wonder why Things have never changed all that much I look ahead and then I sigh Years go by, and I wonder why You, all those years ago, said goodbye All the time at Wim, … Continue reading

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Midwinter’s Night. A Triolet.

It’s winter time and the streets are cold at night. Even though the snow doesn’t fall. Times are tough and resources are tight. It’s winter time and the streets are cold at night! It gets so dark that it blinds … Continue reading

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